Category : Association News

MidAtlantic Farm Credit recently announced the hiring of Joshua Hudson as a loan officer, based in the association’s Pocomoke, Maryland office. Hudson will report directly to Jennifer Frock, area lending manager for MidAtlantic Farm Credit.   As a loan officer, Hudson will work closely with other loan staff and new and existing customers to help. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit recently announced the promotion of Jason Reep to mortgage loan origination manager. He is based in the association’s Bel Air, Maryland office.   “I’m very excited to continue my career with Farm Credit in this new role,” says Reep. “My years of experience with the association and our mortgage solutions will allow. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit announced the additional distribution of over $10.2 million in cash to its members this month. This is in addition to over $25.1 million in cash that was distributed in February and March.   “This additional patronage distribution to our members not only shows the financial strength of our association, but our commitment. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit recently announced the hiring of Andrew Rose as marketing manager. He will be based in the association’s Westminster, Maryland headquarters. Rose will report directly to Sandy Wieber, Senior Vice President of Marketing for MidAtlantic Farm Credit.   “Andrew has an extensive background in marketing, sales and business development,” says Wieber. “We’re excited. Read More »

MidAtlantic Farm Credit, a members-owned cooperative and an institution of the national Farm Credit system, recently reported their third quarter financial results for 2015. Net income for the quarter of $11.3 million was down $1.0 million from the $12.3 million for the same quarter of 2014.  For the first nine months of 2015, net income. Read More »

As we continue to look at the history of Farm Credit as a system, we’ve been inspired to do a little digging within our offices to reflect on what our past as MidAtlantic Farm Credit looked like. And this just so happens to be a look you won’t want to miss!   Bel Air, Maryland. Read More »

Today we thank the men and women who have served and are currently serving our country. It is a great responsibility to take on and words cannot describe the appreciation we have for those who keep us safe every day.   Our veterans are important to us. We believe they deserve the very best and. Read More »

  What does it mean to be a farmer? What does a farmer look like? Where do they come from? If you look at the past hundred years, your answers then would look very different than what they are today. Times are changing and we can no longer classify every farmer in the same category.. Read More »

Applying for college is overwhelming enough. It makes no difference whether you’re the student ready to broaden your horizons, or the parent preparing to send one off. There are college applications to be submitted, essays to write and costs to account for. It’s a learning experience for everyone and usually not an easy one.  . Read More »

As cooperative month comes to a close, we still have a little celebrating to do. You may have seen part 1 and part 2 of our 2015 Scholarship Winner’s essays discussing the importance of cooperatives in ag and now it’s time for part 3!   Why and how do you think cooperatives are beneficial to. Read More »