Announcements

  • Cape Fear Farm Credit welcomes Thanh Moco

    Cape Fear Farm Credit welcomes Thanh Moco to serve Cape Fear Farm Credit’s customer-owners as the Internal Controls and Financial Reporting Manager, based out of the Administrative office in Fayetteville, NC. With previous banking experience in financial reporting, Thanh has a passion for local institutions where employees can make meaningful...
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  • Local Leaders Elected to Serve

    Two southeastern North Carolina agribusiness leaders were recently elected to fill positions on the Board of Directors of Cape Fear Farm Credit. Michael T. “Bo” Stone of Robeson County and Dean C. Hilton of Bladen County were elected to serve as Directors for the Association. Mr. Michael T. “Bo” Stone...
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  • CFFC submits comments to NCDEQ

    Thank you to the many individuals that spoke at the public hearings and submitted written comments for the draft Swine General Permit. At Cape Fear Farm Credit, we are committed to agriculture and to serving our customer-owners. We too submitted comments; our submitted comments are below. NCDEQ, The swine industry...
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  • Annual Meeting: February 19, 2019

    A special invitation is extended to our customer-owners and their family to attend the 2019 Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of Cape Fear Farm Credit on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. 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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  • Pull for Youth - November 2nd

    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...
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  • Although Battered, Farmers in North Carolina Remain Strong

    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 are...
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  • CFFC Branch Openings, Wednesday September 19

    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...
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  • Disaster Relief Resources and Tools

    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...
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  • CFFC Branch Closures - Monday, September 17

    First, we hope you and your family are safe! As the rain continues to fall and waters rise, please continue to take extreme caution. Due to these conditions in much of our territory, all Cape Fear Farm Credit branches will remain closed Monday, September 17. Although our physical branches will...
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  • Cape Fear Farm Credit Branch Closings

    As Hurricane Florence continues to strengthen causing great threat to the state of North Carolina, we are closely monitoring its path. Due to the projected impact, all Cape Fear Farm Credit branches will be closed Thursday, September 13th, and Friday, September 14th. Further closings will be communicated via email and...
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