Students Learn about Commodities Grown Almost Exclusively in the Golden State
July 07, 2022
California’s farmers grow more than 400 commodities each year, making the state the nation’s breadbasket. And for 36 years, the nonprofit California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom has been educating students around the state that the nutritious and tasty fruits and vegetables they eat don’t just come from the supermarket.
Farm Credit Provided Nearly $900,000 to California Non-Profits in 2021
March 21, 2022
Farm Credit organizations serving California’s farmers and ranchers contributed $870,000 during 2021 to nonprofit organizations working to support the industry, preserve agriculture, and raise awareness of the importance of agriculture.
Farm Credit helps give veterans what they love, free tacos!
February 25, 2022
Veterans love tacos. At least veterans at California State University, Fresno, love tacos. Especially when they’re free.
That’s what Eliza Hernandez, the president of the university’s Student Veteran Organization, attributed the larger-than-usual attendance for the annual veterans’ tailgate, which has been sponsored by Farm Credit since 2018.
Fresno Madera Farm Credit Distributes $14.1 Million to Member-Customers
January 19, 2022
Fresno Madera Farm Credit announced today they will be distributing $14.1 million in cash patronage to their member borrowers in March 2022.
The amount of the distribution represents an all-time high which Board Chairman Jeff Jue attributes to the overall financial strength of the company as well as strong overall growth experienced over the past year.