Farm Credit Services

Farm Credit Services
Farm Credit Services is listed in the Loans category in Athens, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Farm Credit Services which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Farm Credit Services on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 91.

Contact information for Farm Credit Services is:
520 E Tyler St
Athens, TX 75751
(903) 675-9388

"Farm Credit Services" - ZapScore Report

Farm Credit Services has an overall ZapScore of 91. This means that Farm Credit Services has a higher ZapScore than 91% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Athens, Texas is 37 and in the Loans category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore

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Today we honor men & women who sacrificed to protect our country, & thank those in ag & rural America who continue…

From the food on our tables, to the freedom we enjoy every day, nothing comes without hard work and sacrifice. Today we honor the brave men and women who gave everything to protect our country, so those in agriculture and rural America could continue to feed it. Happy Memorial Day from Farm Credit.

At your #MemorialDay BBQ, pause to remember the sacrifices made by military men & women and #ThankAFarmer for the f…

This student-led biz found funding through @farmcreditmid. Great example of Farm Credit's support for #ag's future!…

“As I put together my farm operating plan for this year, I knew – just like thousands of other farmers around the nation know – that Farm Credit has the financial strength and strong desire to finance that plan and to help me succeed.” Don’t miss this great article from family cotton farmer and Farm Credit Bank of Texas Chair, Jimmy Dodson.
By Jimmy Dodson

As Congress works on #TheNextFarmBill, protecting strong & affordable #cropinsurance is critical…

It’s National Wine Day! From only the fourth vineyard in all of Nebraska to California’s Napa Valley to wine grape producers in Colorado, Farm Credit is proud to support wine-related operations across America. Read some of their stories:

It's #NationalWineDay! From NE & CA vineyards, to grape growers in CO, #FarmCredit proudly supports this industry…

Farm Credit shared Farm Credit Mid-America's photo.
“Telling agriculture’s story is increasingly important in a society where more generations of Americans are removed from the farm,” says Bill Johnson, President and CEO at Farm Credit Mid-America. Proud to see this association come together with AgriBank Farm Credit Bank, Farm Credit Services of America, Farm Credit Illinois and 1st Farm Credit Services to help educate school-aged children and their families on the critical role American agriculture plays in their lives.
Fair Oaks Farms in northwest Indiana opened its newest addition, a youth and family dining hall in partnership with Cargill and five Farm Credit entities including Farm Credit Illinois Farm Credit Services of America 1st Farm Credit Services AgriBank Farm Credit Bank and Farm Credit Mid-America during Fair Oak’s annual kite festival, Fair in the Air. Click here for more info on the grand opening and the FeedBarn:

Farm Credit shared House Agriculture Committee's post.
Thanks for sharing House Agriculture Committee! Third-generation farmer and Farm Credit Bank of Texas Chair Jimmy Dodson is exactly right: “American farmers are the most efficient in the world, but we need strong farm policies that give us the right tools, like reliable credit and a vibrant crop insurance program, in order to keep meeting our growing global food, fiber and energy needs.”
GOOD READ: “…[C]rop insurance doesn’t just support farmers. It benefits the broader #RuralEconomy as well. Insurance premiums that we pay out of our own pockets, which have tallied nearly $50 billion since 2000, help shield suppliers, processors and cooperatives, as well as our communities, from economic calamity after a disaster.” –Jimmy Dodson, Texas Farmer and Chairman of the Farm Credit Bank of Texas.
By Jimmy Dodson