AgNews

June 17, 2021

Meet Kiana Myers - a CFFC Summer Intern

June 6, 2021 - Hello! I am Kiana Myers, a senior international business major at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. I choose to study international business because business is global. Not only will I have the understanding of how businesses operate in the US but also overseas. Furthermore
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  • Let's Learn About Cabbage

    For generations, parents have told their kids to eat their vegetables, often with a great deal of pushback. One way to help your kids to learn more about vegetables, and potentially be more willing to eat them is to plant a vegetable garden. When it comes to choosing vegetables for...
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  • Serving You in Tough Times

    To our customer-owners and friends, Cape Fear Farm Credit continues to closely monitor the situation and evaluate the appropriate measures to protect customers and their families, team members and their families, as well as the communities where we all live and work. Please know that supporting and serving customers remains...
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  • Farmers Elected to CFFC Board

    FAYETTEVILLE, NC Two southeastern North Carolina agribusiness leaders were recently re-elected to fill positions on the Board of Directors of Cape Fear Farm Credit. Thurman Morris Murphy of Duplin County and Adrian B. Locklear of Robeson County were re-elected to serve as Directors for the Association. Thurman Morris Murphy is...
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  • Meet a Turkey Farmer

    Let’s talk turkey. Did you know there’s a lot of turkeys in North Carolina? 32.5 million to be exact! Raising that many turkeys makes North Carolina #2 in the country for raising the most turkeys behind Minnesota. Sampson County raises the most turkeys in North Carolina.
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  • Sweet Potato Fun Educational Resource

    Many of us are stuck at home and may even be a bit bored. However, North Carolina farmers are busy caring for their farms, from livestock to little sweet potato plants, farmers are continuing to work to feed, fuel and clothe the world. With schooling looking a little different over...
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  • Welcome Robert and Olivia

    Cape Fear Farm Credit is excited to welcome two new team members to serve their customer-owners in Southeastern North Carolina. Robert Guenther joined the Cape Fear Farm Credit team a Credit Analyst after working with Wells Fargo and First Citizens for the past 9 years combined. He also holds degrees...
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  • Congratulations to our Ag Biz Graduates

    Over the past year, several individuals have been diligently learning and growing by participating in Cape Fear Farm Credit’s Ag Biz courses, and now, they have successfully graduated from the program. Designed for young, beginning, and small farmers (YBS), the Ag Biz course covers topics in financial management, farm business...
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  • Annual Meeting: February 13, 2020

    A special invitation is extended to our customer-owners and their family to attend the 2020 Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of Cape Fear Farm Credit on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Dinner will be served at 6:00 P.M. prior to the business session. The meeting will be held at the Sampson County Exposition...
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  • $20 million record patronage announced

    Cape Fear Farm Credit Board of Directors declares a $20 million cash patronage to be distributed back to their customer-owners in early 2020. Including this patronage distribution, the Association will have paid over $276 million dollars in patronage to their customer-owners over the past 32 consecutive years. As a cooperative...
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