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December 13, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit and Southwest Georgia Farm Credit, along with CoBank, announced Tuesday they will donate $20,000 to Second Harvest of South Georgia.
November 13, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit recently conducted its four annual stockholder meetings throughout the state, with the closing of the final session Tuesday, October 30th in Tifton at the UGA Conference Center.
October 10, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit is pleased to announce the election of Jack W. Bentley, Jr. to a four-year term on the AgFirst Farm Credit Bank board of directors. AgFirst Farm Credit Bank provides funding to 19 Farm Credit associations, including AgGeorgia Farm Credit, and operates as a federated cooperative with the associations owning AgFirst and sharing in its profits.
October 04, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit is pleased to announce that Shelvy Giddens has accepted the position of Relationship Manager in our Sylvester Office.
September 14, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit is pleased to announce the addition of Rachel Velie as an Internal Controls Accountant in our Perry Office.
July 26, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit is pleased to announce the hiring of Lindsey McLendon in the Nashville Office for the position of Loan Assistant.
July 20, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit is pleased to announce the hiring of Zeke Carithers as an Account Specialist in the Royston Office.
June 25, 2018
AgGeorgia Farm Credit has announced that over $10.89 million is being paid to its borrowers, with members receiving checks by the last week of June.
June 22, 2018
North Georgia farmers have an opportunity to attend a free, nationally award-winning financial training workshop. AgGeorgia will be hosting AGAware workshops July 20th at the Jackson EMC Community Room in Hull and August 10th at the Thornton Recreation Center in Rome.
April 26, 2018
Led by the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association, a group of like-minded businesses have commissioned a feasibility study to determine if statewide finishing and processing facilities—which local cattlemen could own an interest in—makes strong economic sense.
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