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As the holidays are arriving, we should take time to appreciate the people around us and the opportunities we’ve been given throughout the year. The folks at the Frederick, MD Office deserve our recognition and appreciation as they have been spreading good will within and outside of the office. Loan Specialist, Becky Daniel came up with. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing intern Fall has arrived in all of its’ pumpkin spicing, hay riding and leaf changing glory (I’ll bet you couldn’t tell it’s my favorite season!). In lieu of the change of scenery from rich emerald greens and vibrant flowering colors to that of warm reds, toasted oranges and corn kernel yellows,. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski When starting a business, the marketing plan often starts as a mental pea-pod of ideas containing the first pea sized bits of basic information and dreams of what the business will become; a necessary and motivating first step! However, important as that first step is, your ideas and plans for the business. Read More »

In celebration of National Cooperative Month, MidAtlantic Farm Credit wants to extend our thanks to our borrower/members, for making us the successful co-op we are today. As a cooperative company, our borrower/members enjoy the benefits of having a knowledgeable staff that provides reliable products and services suiting just about any rural lending need you can. Read More »

By: Meaghan Malinowski, marketing intern Applying and preparing for college is a very exciting and important milestone in a child’s life. This milestone can also be a struggle that neither teen nor parent are prepared to deal with on many different levels. Teens may spend their days daydreaming and fantasizing about living on their own. Read More »

Are you looking for a way to hone your business planning and financial management skills? Registering for AgBiz Masters is the perfect way to do exactly that! Learning sound business concepts has never been more important, especially for today’s young and beginning farmers. AgBiz Masters is a two-year interactive learning series, in which participants enroll one. 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 »

While we’re all hoping and praying that fall with grace us with its presence sooner than later, it’s the perfect time to celebrate some of Farm Credit’s employees on their milestones of service and dedication. September Service Celebrations Kathy Coburn, loan specialist in our Westminster, MD office and has worked with Farm Credit for 10. Read More »

If you’ve been into one of our offices lately, or have seen us at a booth, there may have been some unfamiliar faces with Farm Credit polos on.  Our family has been expanding rapidly, so let us take some time to introduce you to the new folks. And if you see these new faces in. Read More »

By: Kurt Fuchs, Government Affairs Officer The federal government is officially closed for business.  The House and Senate adjourned in the wee hours of yesterday morning failing to reach a compromise on a short-term spending measure, resulting in the shut-down of the vast majority of federal agencies. Federal agencies and institutions nationwide spent Tuesday morning reacting. Read More »