Read our press releases to see what's been going on lately at AgCarolina.
11/17/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Crop Insurance Alliance With Flatlands Insurance Group
AgCarolina Farm Credit announces effective for the 2017 crop year, the member-owned cooperative has entered into a strategic alliance with Flatlands Insurance Group, a leading provider for all crop insurance services.
10/26/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Co-Sponsors NC State Ag Day Festivities
NC State Athletics announced plans for the 4th Annual “Ag Day” which pays tribute to the men and women of North Carolina who are dedicated to the state’s nearly $80 billion agriculture/agribusiness industry.
10/13/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Launches Farmer Veteran Program
AgCarolina Farm Credit is seeking Farmer Veterans to enroll in its new Ag Biz Basics course.
10/12/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Applications Open for Innovative Young Farmer Award
AgCarolina Farm Credit announces applications are being accepted for the 2017 Innovative Farmer of the Year Award given by The Tobacco Farm Life Museum.
9/8/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Announces Grant Deadline
AgCarolina Farm Credit is accepting grant applications through October 14 for programs benefitting farmers and rural residents in its thirty-four county service area in eastern North Carolina.
8/29/2016 - Summer 2016 Leader Magazine Available
The Summer 2016 edition of Leader Magazine is now available for viewing.
8/18/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Requests Vintage Farm Photos
AgCarolina Farm Credit is celebrating 100 years of service to the rural and agricultural communities of eastern North Carolina.
7/27/2016 - AgCarolina Farm Credit Photo Contest Deadline Approaching
AgCarolina Farm Credit’s annual Calendar Photo Contest is closing soon. Entries must be submitted by August 15th, 2016 to be eligible for voting. Photos can be submitted on the AgCarolina Farm Credit website.
7/27/2016 - Meet the Intern - Taylor Cowan
So far, the intern experience has been great. I have spent most of my time in the Ahoskie office, but have also visited Elizabeth City, Rocky Mount, Greenville, and Williamston. Meeting with these loan officers and going over different scenarios and situations that they are currently dealing with has been a great learning experience.
7/27/2016 - Meet the Intern - Michael Clarke
Being an intern at AgCarolina has been a great experience for me. Most of my time has been spent at the Smithfield Branch working with the loan officers. Robert Winders helped me see the process of approving a new loan. It was interesting to see all the information required to get a loan approved. The more organized customer will make the approval process flow more smoothly. Working with Robert and see what he is thinking during the analysis portion of working on a loan has really given me a lot of insight