AgCarolina Farm Credit Opens Application Period for Ag Biz Programs

Release date: 6/18/2019

AgCarolina Farm Credit is accepting applications for their Ag Biz Programs.  

Raleigh, NC – AgCarolina Farm Credit is accepting applications for their Ag Biz programs through August 12th.  AgCarolina offers two programs with a focus on assisting participants and their families with business planning, among other key financial and money matters related to an agricultural operation.

  • Ag Biz Basics – designed for YBS and Veteran individuals who are thinking about or in the beginning stages of starting a farming operation.
  • Ag Biz Planner – designed for YBS and Veteran individuals who are already farming. This course is more in-depth and offers participants the opportunity to create a business plan specifically for their farming operation.

The application and program information are available via our website, and the program will begin in September 2019 and will conclude with a final conference in January 2020. Applications will be accepted through August 12, 2019. Individuals selected for the program will be notified. 

“AgCarolina Farm Credit continues to support these Ag Biz programs because of the proven track record graduates have in using the material learned to help manager their operations,” states President and CEO Dave Corum.  “Investing in young, beginning, small, and Veteran farmers is the best way to ensure agriculture remains the number one industry in North Carolina.” 

AgCarolina Farm Credit is a farmer owned financial cooperative with headquarters in Raleigh.  They are the leading provider of credit to farmers in central and eastern North Carolina.  AgCarolina Farm Credit has over $1.5 billion in loans and commitments outstanding to nearly 3,000 North Carolina farmers.  Loans are made to finance land, homes, farm buildings, operating expenses, livestock and equipment, as well as other purposes.  Credit life insurance, appraisal services, and leasing are also available through AgCarolina Farm Credit.

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