AgCarolina Farm Credit Stockholders: Review the 2021 Annual Meeting Information Statement for information regarding this year's annual meeting scheduled for October 27, 2021 and the director election process.
RALEIGH, N.C. — The Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina, the leading provider of credit to farmers and rural residents in North Carolina, are excited to share a new resource to assist with youth education.
[Raleigh, NC] AgCarolina Farm Credit announces an employee donation of nearly eight hundred pounds of canned goods and non-perishable food items to be split between the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina in Rale
Raleigh, NC - AgCarolina Farm Credit is accepting grant applications through October 15 for programs benefitting farmers and rural residents in its thirty-four county service area in eastern North Carolina. Grants are available up to $5,000 per organization for programs in one of four focus areas: Education, Environment, Technology, or the Quality of
RALEIGH, NC – AgCarolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Farm Credit, and Carolina Farm Credit are proud to be hosting the fifth annual Pull for Youth Sporting Clays events benefitting NC 4-H and FFA.
[Raleigh, NC] AgCarolina Farm Credit is proud to announce a $3,000 donation to
Raleigh, NC – AgCarolina Farm Credit is accepting applications for their Ag Biz programs through August 6th. 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.
Farm Credit Associations of NC Gifts $30,000 to NC State University's Soldier to Agriculture Program
I married my sixth generation farmer when I was 19, still in college, working both a full-time and part-time job, knowing nothing about farm life. Both my parents worked outside of the home with a set work schedule. I was used to family gatherings with all of the family. We even went on family vacations once or twice each year.
“I’m from a place where the ditches seem a little deeper, the land’s a little flatter, and the farms are bigger. The farmers around here tend the blackest, darkest, most mineral filled soil in the world called the Blacklands. If you’ve never seen it, you might not believe it, but if you could imagine the sand on a beach at one end of the spectrum, then this soil is at the other.