Category : Community News

As a part of our Scholarship Program at MidAtlantic Farm Credit, each year, we present 12 scholarship awards to ambitious students that are ready to take the next step in furthering their education. These students have demonstrated excellence in their schoolwork as well as outside the classroom. Part of the scholarship application involves answering essay. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing specialist October has finally arrived bringing the promise of turning leaves, chilly weather, and an excuse to drink as much hot apple cider as possible, can it get any better? Of course it can! October also  happens to be Cooperative Month, celebrating the cooperative business model and providing an opportunity to. Read More »

Serving the ag community is what MidAtlantic Farm Credit is here for. It’s been part of our mission for almost 100 years to provide not only financial stability and support to our borrowers, but to provide opportunities for our future farmers and to recognize their outstanding efforts, and we’re proud to support the 4-H awards.. Read More »

By: Amber Bullock, marketing specialist I have always been involved in the agriculture community – from growing up on a family farm, raising sheep, being a state officer in the FFA and now working for Farm Credit. And with that, I find that there is a significant role for women in agriculture, whether they are. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing intern From the turkey roasting in the oven, to the apple pie cooling on the counter, we have many things to be thankful for during the holiday season. With our friends and family gathered around to enjoy a plentiful bounty of good food and even better company, sometimes we overlook other. Read More »

by: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing intern Thanksgiving is upon us and approaching quicker than ever. All that planning, preparing and cooking can sure be hectic, but no worries! MidAtlantic Farm Credit has just the Turkey Day fun to turn your frown upside down! Thanksgiving Fun Facts Almost 280 million turkeys are sold every year for Thanksgiving celebrations.. Read More »

Does farming have you stressed out? Well, that’s understandable; there is a lot to worry about – health of your animals, time management, weather, crop damage, harvest and planting season, and the list goes on and on! For your health, it is important to take time to relax and learn to cope with stress on. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing intern I can vividly remember back four or five years ago, sitting at a table in my high school’s cafeteria, chatting with my friends and happy to finally be welcoming fall weather (and that definitely didn’t include 90 degree days!). Although I sat in that cafeteria five days a week for. Read More »

by Yatta Yates I now understand why they call it the Washington Experience.  What’s this, you ask? The Washington Experience is a three day trip to Washington, D.C. to visit Capitol Hill and learn more about the agriculture industry with other newly hired Farm Credit employees from our district. I was joined by other interns. Read More »

Thousands of visitors to the 64th annual Delmarva Chicken Festival, sponsored by Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc. (DPI) and hosted this year by the Town of Snow Hill, Maryland, were treated to a wonderful summer weekend and plenty of information about Delmarva’s most important bird, the chicken, and the chicken industry. This annual celebration of the. Read More »