RALEIGH, NC – The Farm Credit Associations of NC are proud to announce the recipients of the AgYouth Leadership scholarships.
The necessity to diversify and innovate in agriculture today. Is Agritourism right for me?
Annie Baggett, Agritourism Marketing Specialist with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
[Raleigh, NC] AgCarolina Farm Credit is proud to announce a $3,000 donation to The Refuge of Eastern NC, an organization with a mission to provide summer camps, retreats, and school prog
Roots Run Deep is an AgCarolina Farm Credit campaign detailing the connection of our employees to their family farms and the agriculture community.
AgCarolina offers a Member Assistance Program (MAP) for members and their families as we all navigate challenges associated with work and family life. The MAP has launched a new app MYgroup. Confidential and free to download, the MYgroup app gives you immediate access to the support and tools you need to be happier, healthier, and more productive. The MYgroup app is available for download at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Follow the link below for instructions regarding how to download the app and get started.
That tractor was a gift from my dad to my first son, Trent, because he thinks every kid needs a tractor. I don’t think he’s wrong either. I grew up in Brown Summit (some folks call it Browns Summit) in Guilford County just a couple of miles from NC Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler. What I learned there was the value of hard work and that folks in agriculture were there for one another.
The Great Depression hit farmers and family farms hard and my family’s farm was no exception. Despite all of the sweat, time, and tears my great-grandfather poured into farming, the poor economy of the early 30’s caused a financial crisis good land and good men couldn’t overcome. Suddenly, my family’s farm didn’t belong to our family any more.
Hello! I am Sarah Grace Stone, the spring intern here at AgCarolina Farm Credit in the Raleigh, Smithfield, and Louisburg branches. I am so excited to be a part of the team!
I grew up in Robeson County on my family's farm. I have spent most of my time growing up working cattle, harvesting crops, and running my family's roadside produce stand. I really enjoy riding my horse through the cow pastures at home, checking on the cows.
RALEIGH, NC – AgCarolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Farm Credit, and Carolina Farm Credit are proud to announce the fundraising results of the fourth annual Pull for Youth sporting clays events to benefit NC 4-H and FFA. Over $400,000 has been donated directly to NC 4-H and FFA since 2017.