November 29, 2018
The Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina announce a donation of $200,000 to the NC Baptist on Mission. Of this donation, $150,000 will be designated for Hurricane Florence relief efforts in North Carolina and $50,000 will be designated for Hurricane Michael relief efforts in Georgia and Florida.
Do you know an innovative, young farmer? Would you like them to be recognized?
On February 1, 2019, Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina will sponsor the Innovative Young Farmer award at the Tobacco Farm Life Museum's "Breakfast with the Commissioner" in Raleigh, NC.
North Carolina's future is dependent on
Cape Fear Farm Credit distributes an early patronage of $10.67 million to its customer-owners on October 30, 2018.
“We understand that recovering from a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Florence, takes time and resources” states Gary Hendrix, Chairman of Cape Fear Farm Credit Board of Directors. “In order to get
Weeks after Hurricane Florence left its mark, and then most recently by Hurricane Michael, many parts of the east coast was left in devastation. From Florida to North Carolina, some farmers lost their crops, livestock operations and equipment, families lost their homes and business owners were left with heartbreak.
AgCarolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Farm Credit, and Carolina Farm Credit are proud to be hosting the second annual Pull for Youth Charity Sporting Clays events benefiting NC 4H and FFA.
With two more Pull for Youth events, please join us for a fun day of shooting. By participating in this
Cape Fear Farm Credit announces an early patronage distribution of $10.67 million to be paid to its customer-owners in October of 2018.
Patronage, the distribution of the Association’s profits to its customer-owners, is typically declared at the end of the fiscal year and is paid to its members in April.
Hurricane Florence brought the people of North Carolina relentless rains, rising rivers, destroyed homes, broken roads, tornadoes, and general destruction. While there is gratefulness that Florence weakened from a category 4 to a 2, she was plenty strong enough to cause devastation that will not soon be forgotten. Thousands
Hurricane Florence left a mighty impact that will take days, weeks and even months or more to overcome. However, it is something that we can overcome. You and our farmers are strong and resilient and we are truly humbled to be a part of your AgStory.
The following branch offices will open
As disaster relief continues, we continue to trust that you and your family are safe. Due to hazardous conditions, in much of our territory, all Cape Fear Farm Credit branches will remain closed Tuesday, September 18.
As previously mentioned in other correspondence, although our physical branches will be closed on Tuesday, we have