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  • Financially Speaking: Managing Fixed Costs (Episode 11)
    As profit margins shrink and commodity prices fluctuate in our current ag economy, operations with high fixed costs could see prolonged periods of losses. Eventually, this can stress working capital and negatively impact operations if not adjusted quickly enough. Evan Hahn, Vice President Credit – Agribusiness for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses how to manage your fixed costs.
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  • Financially Speaking: Summer Financial Planning (Episode 12)
    Do you set your operation’s business goals in December or January and then revisit after harvest? There may be a more effective approach. Scott Parker, Regional Vice President for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses why summer is the perfect time for planning.
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  • Financially Speaking: Hiring a Financial Advisor (Episode 9)
    Farming is a complicated business venture. Most producers know they cannot be a jack-of-all-trades and often reach out to other experts for counsel, but some haven’t thought to ask for help with financial planning. Steve Allard, Chief Credit Officer for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses why you should consider hiring a financial advisor, whether you have five acres or 5,000.
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  • Financially Speaking: Crop Insurance Planning in 5 Steps (Episode 8)
    Crop insurance programs and grain markets are always changing, which is why it’s important for producers to revisit their risk management strategy every year. Chris Coffey, Assistant Vice President-Crop Insurance for Farm Credit Mid-America, lays out the crop insurance planning process in five steps.
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  • Financially Speaking: Swine Market Update (Episode 6)
    Ron Durre, Regional Vice President-Agribusiness for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses the current swine market performance, future outlook and some financial strategies for how pork producers can better manage market fluctuations.
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  • From Farms to Food Banks to Communities in Need
    Farms to Food Banks directs surplus and donated agriculture products from farmers to food banks, partnering with agencies to get food on people’s tables, and using volunteers to harvest produce, to processing and distributing it to families in need through a network of food banks. It’s a powerful way for farmers to connect their hard work with the communities where they live and ensure everyone ha...
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  • How To Vote Video
    Curious how to vote online or by mail in this year's Elections? Watch this quick video to learn more.
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  • Financially Speaking: Financials for Young Farmers (Episode 4)
    Young farmers are in a unique position that presents both many challenges and many opportunities — if they are financially prepared. Jonathan Carter, Assistant Vice President – Growing Forward, discusses some tips to help young farmers better prepare their financials. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/2a7nEUW
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  • Financially Speaking: Crop Insurance 2016 (Episode 3)
    Cody Gault, Assistant Vice President - Crop Insurance at Farm Credit Mid-America discusses the 2016 crop insurance outlook, what farmers can expect and how farmers can make their voices heard during upcoming legislative discussions. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/finspeak3
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  • Donald Blankenship - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Donald Blankenship oversees a diversified operation consisting of corn, wheat, soybeans, commercial beef and hay on 2,800 acres in Central Tennessee. He holds a B.S. in agribusiness, with a minor in business law from Middle Tennessee State University.
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  • John Kuegel Jr. - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    John Kuegel oversees a diversified dairy and grain operation with 180 milking Registered Holsteins® and approximately 1,000 acres of corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa and mixed-grass hay. He holds a B.S. in animal science from the University of Kentucky.
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  • Rod Murphy - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Rod Murphy raises grain, corn, beans, wheat, tobacco and hay on 700 acres in Western Kentucky. He is a lifelong farmer, and his son now farms alongside him. Murphy is a graduate of Lyon County High School.
Farm Credit Mid-America
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  • Managing Fixed Costs
    As profit margins shrink and commodity prices fluctuate in our current ag economy, operations with high fixed costs could see prolonged periods of losses. Eventually, this can stress working capital and negatively impact operations if not adjusted quickly enough. Evan Hahn, Vice President Credit – Agribusiness for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses how to manage your fixed costs.
Farm Credit Mid-America
Farm Credit Mid-America
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Farm Credit Mid-America
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  • Financially Speaking: Hiring a Financial Advisor (Episode 9)
    Farming is a complicated business venture. Most producers know they cannot be a jack-of-all-trades and often reach out to other experts for counsel, but some haven’t thought to ask for help with financial planning. Steve Allard, Chief Credit Officer for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses why you should consider hiring a financial advisor, whether you have five acres or 5,000.
Farm Credit Mid-America
Farm Credit Mid-America
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New YouTube videos detected.

  • Financially Speaking: Crop Insurance Planning in 5 Steps (Episode 8)
    Crop insurance programs and grain markets are always changing, which is why it’s important for producers to revisit their risk management strategy every year. Chris Coffey, Assistant Vice President-Crop Insurance for Farm Credit Mid-America, lays out the crop insurance planning process in five steps.
Farm Credit Mid-America
Farm Credit Mid-America
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Farm Credit Mid-America
Farm Credit Mid-America
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  • Financially Speaking: Swine Market Update (Episode 6)
    Ron Durre, Regional Vice President-Agribusiness for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses the current swine market performance, future outlook and some financial strategies for how pork producers can better manage market fluctuations.
  • From Farms to Food Banks to Communities in Need
    Farms to Food Banks directs surplus and donated agriculture products from farmers to food banks, partnering with agencies to get food on people’s tables, and using volunteers to harvest produce, to processing and distributing it to families in need through a network of food banks. It’s a powerful way for farmers to connect their hard work with the communities where they live and ensure everyone ha...
  • Financially Speaking: 2016 Fall Land Values Update (Episode 5)
    Current mid-America farm land values are holding steady, but what could the future bring? Dennis Badger, Vice President-Collateral Risk Management at Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses the region’s current values and future outlook.
  • How To Vote Video
    Curious how to vote online or by mail in this year's Elections? Watch this quick video to learn more.
  • Financially Speaking: Financials for Young Farmers (Episode 4)
    Young farmers are in a unique position that presents both many challenges and many opportunities — if they are financially prepared. Jonathan Carter, Assistant Vice President – Growing Forward, discusses some tips to help young farmers better prepare their financials. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/2a7nEUW
  • Financially Speaking: Crop Insurance 2016 (Episode 3)
    Cody Gault, Assistant Vice President - Crop Insurance at Farm Credit Mid-America discusses the 2016 crop insurance outlook, what farmers can expect and how farmers can make their voices heard during upcoming legislative discussions. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/finspeak3
  • Donald Blankenship - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Donald Blankenship oversees a diversified operation consisting of corn, wheat, soybeans, commercial beef and hay on 2,800 acres in Central Tennessee. He holds a B.S. in agribusiness, with a minor in business law from Middle Tennessee State University.
  • John Kuegel Jr. - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    John Kuegel oversees a diversified dairy and grain operation with 180 milking Registered Holsteins® and approximately 1,000 acres of corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa and mixed-grass hay. He holds a B.S. in animal science from the University of Kentucky.
  • Rod Murphy - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Rod Murphy raises grain, corn, beans, wheat, tobacco and hay on 700 acres in Western Kentucky. He is a lifelong farmer, and his son now farms alongside him. Murphy is a graduate of Lyon County High School.
  • Bill Legg - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Bill Legg raises cattle, timber, goats and row crops on 1,800 acres in Middle Tennessee. He earned his B.A. from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
  • Kevin Cox - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Kevin Cox oversees an operation of 3,700 acres of corn and soybeans, and finishes 100 head of feeder cattle in Central Indiana. His farm operates under the name TST Farms Inc., of which he is president and owner. Cox also owns and operates TST Trucking and TST LLC, both part of the family farming operation.
  • Kaye Whitehead - 2016 Board of Directors Election
    Kaye Whitehead and her family operate a grain and hog operation in East Central Indiana under the name Seldom Rest Farms. As a co-owner/partner, Whitehead is responsible for the farm’s financial accounts, plants all of the soybeans for the farm, and handles the marketing of the grain operation. From Bardstown, Ky., Whitehead holds a B.S. in agriculture from the University of Kentucky.
  • Financially Speaking: Working With Your Lender (Episode 2)
    From securing a line of credit to creating a business plan, finding a financial lender that is a true partner is key for your operation. Byron Bennett, Associate Vice President — Risk Management, discusses some methods for working more effectively with your lender to get the most out of your partnership. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/2a7nEUW
  • Financially Speaking: Interest Rates (Episode 1)
    Matt Monteiro, vice president – finance and treasurer for Farm Credit Mid-America, discusses the interest rate landscape and how a recent decision by the Fed to stand pat impacts the decisions farmers should be making, including how it’s still an ideal time to take advantage of historically low rates. For more financial tips, insights and perspectives visit http://bit.ly/294wG6s.
  • Farms to Food Banks - Courtney Farms, Kentucky Dare to Care
    More than 75 Louisville staff from Farm Credit Mid-America volunteered at Courtney Farms and Dare to Care Kentucky. They gathered 2,536 pounds of fresh produce and packaged 3,000 senior care boxes. Farm Credit Mid-America has pledged $600,000 over the next four years to support programs like Farms to Food Banks across Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.

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