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How Leasing Can Help Your Farm

By Taylor Brennecke, Farm Credit Leasing Specialist  From tractors, to cotton bailers, or even a barn - leasing can be a solution for agricultural producers, agribusinesses and more. 

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12 Lessons of the Barn

By Will Woodard | Madison, Georgia Long-time AgSouth Farm Credit members Dr. James and Janet Woodard of Madison, Georgia are the proud parents of Will Woodard, who presented this speech at the Georgia Junior Livestock Show Banquet earlier this year. The speech he gave, based on principals taught to him by his Dad, is presented below in its entirety. Congratulations to this remarkable young man!

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Seven Principles of a Cooperative

1. Voluntary and Open Membership

Cooperatives are voluntary organizations; open to all people able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership, without gender, social, racial, political, or religious discrimination.

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Update: Hurricane Florence Preparations

Due to the potential impact of Hurricane Florence, the following AgSouth offices will be closed Thursday and Friday:

Aiken
Allendale
Batesburg
Orangeburg
St. Matthews
Summerville
Walterboro

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Hurricane Florence Preparations

Hurricane Florence is a serious storm. While the most current tracks appear to indicate landfall in the Pee Dee or Cape Fear regions, our territory continues to be in harms’ way.

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AgSouth Farm Credit Awards $25,000 in Grant Funds to Farmers Markets

STATESBORO, GA – March 19, 2017: AgSouth Farm Credit Marketing Director Christy Smith has released the names of the recipients of AgSouth’s Think Outside the Store® farmers market grant. The Association is distributing $25,000 in grant funds to local markets throughout AgSouth’s territory to use for advertising and promotion.

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