2014 Annual Report
American AgCredit experienced another successful year and it is proud to continue to pay a healthy cash dividend to our customer-owners. Throughout 2014, we had solid loan growth and extremely low levels of distressed loans, which has strengthened an already stable portfolio.
Mountain Plains Study of the Merger - Summary Report & Response
The Mountain Plains Post-Merger Summary Report & Response is now available for viewing.
Fall 2014 Newsletter
"Our nation, our food supply, and ag producers need a healthy Farm Credit System. As a business owner, keep that in mind when telling our story with other producers, and other lenders- who aren't interested in making sure you have choices in financing.".
2014 3rd Quarter Stockholder Report
The 2014 third quarter Stockholder Report is now available. (more)
Spring 2014 Newsletter
As we settle into the second quarter of 2014, we're setting the stage for a summer and fall harvest that will be unlike any other.
2014 2nd Quarter Stockholder Report
The 2014 second quarter Stockholder Report is now available. (more)
American AgCredit Donates Major Gifts for FFA and 4-H Fundraiser
Agricultural lender American AgCredit is kicking off a massive 7-week fundraiser for the region's agricultural youth groups.
Farm Credit Lender American AgCredit Earns $111 Million for 2013
American AgCredit, a farmer-owned financial cooperative, today announced annual net income of $111 million for the 2013 calendar year along with a cash dividend distribution fo $37 million to its shareholders.
2013 Annual Report
With the mission to continue serving agriculture – both big and small – throughout our territory, our efforts have focused primarily on our customers and structuring our processes and people to better serve borrowers in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Our commitment is to keep the Association strong and viable for the long haul.
Groundbreaking for New American AgCredit Office in Great Bend Set for Thursday, March 6th
A ceremonial groundbreaking will kick off construction of a new office in Great Bend, Kansas, for Farm Credit lender American AgCredit.
American AgCredit Announces New President and CEO Byron Enix
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, Byron E. Enix was named President and CEO of American AgCredit, ACA, effective January 1, 2014. He will replace retiring President and CEO Ron Carli. Mr Carli retires on January 31, 2014, after 35 years of service to the farm Credit System.
Fall 2013 Newsletter
This year has been full of activity for everyone, and American AgCredit has ended the third quarter in a very strong position. As of September 30, 2013, your Association has made significant progress toward meeting our year-end goals, and has finalized design plans for our new administrative headquarters building.
Press Democrat Feature Article on AAC
American AgCredit transforms into county's top financial institution. (more)
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