Read our press releases to see what's been going on lately at AgCarolina.
7/13/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Photo Contest Deadline Approaching
AgCarolina Farm Credit’s annual Photo Calendar Contest is in progress at AgCarolina.com.
7/13/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Summer Intern: Cutchin Anderson
Tarboro native Cutchin Anderson is working this summer as an intern at AgCarolina Farm Credit in the Raleigh and Smithfield branches.
7/13/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Summer Intern: David Bradley
David Bradley grew up in Wilson, but spent a lot of his free time on the family farm in Tarboro.
7/13/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Summer Intern: Clay Byrum
With roots in Tyner, Clay Byrum grew up on a family farm raising row-crops, pigs, and cows. The Chowan County native was always active in agriculture and knew he wanted to pursue a career in the industry.
7/13/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Summer Intern: Evan Hicks
Evan Hicks has long had an affinity for the agriculture industry. His understanding and appreciation of the agriculture industry has its roots in the Dudley-based family farm where they grow hogs.
6/29/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces 9th Annual Ag Biz Planner Program
AgCarolina Farm Credit is currently accepting applications for the ninth class of Ag Biz Planner.
6/29/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Awards $26,250 in College Scholarships
AgCarolina Farm Credit, eastern North Carolina’s largest agricultural lending cooperative, announces 26 high school and college students will be receiving scholarships totaling $26,250 during 2017.
4/12/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Completion of 13th Annual Ag Leadership Institute
The Ag Leadership Institute features a wide range of speakers discussing many factors contributing to the success of a farming operation.
4/6/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Completion of 8th Annual Ag Biz Planner Program
AgCarolina Farm Credit is proud to announce the graduation of the eighth class of Ag Biz Planner.
4/5/2017 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Patronage Distributions of $11.2 Million
The all-cash patronage will be paid in the amount of $11.2 million to the borrowers of AgCarolina Farm Credit.