Ag Credit has a wealth of information at your disposal. Simply use the links here for the latest news about the association, happenings in your area, publications and a host of other useful resources. Click on each header for more details.
For archived news and events by year, click the links to the left.
8/6/2018 - How Much Can I Borrow?
This seems like a simple question, and it’s one I hear occasionally from borrowers. It is actually very complex and one that should properly be worded, “How much should I borrow?” While Ag Credit is in the business of loaning money for agricultural or rural home purposes, one of our biggest responsibilities is to also let a borrower know when they cannot afford to borrow as much as they would like.
8/6/2018 - Taylor Smith Selected as Lebanon Ag Credit Loan Officer
Taylor Smith has joined the Central Kentucky Ag Credit Lebanon Office. Taylor will be serving as Loan Officer to farmers and rural residents in Marion and Washington Counties.
8/1/2018 - Ag Credit Photo Contest Winners
This year Central Kentucky Ag Credit hosted a photo contest on Facebook. 79 great Kentucky photos were submitted!
7/20/2018 - Dan Strayer Added to Lexington Ag Credit Office
Dan Strayer has been added as a Loan Officer with Central Kentucky Ag Credit in the Lexington Office.
7/16/2018 - Anna Browning Joins Central Kentucky Ag Credit
7/2/2018 - Ag Credit Photo Contest
Calling all shutterbugs - Ag Credit is having a Photo Contest! First, second and third places will be featured in the Ag Credit LEADER magazine and featured on our website!
4/26/2018 - We Want You to Know - “Important Information”
Ag Credit is committed to protecting our customer’s personal and financial information. We have become aware of attempts to market financial products in our name. A postcard has been circulating stating, “Call us about an important matter regarding this loan” and asks you go to call them to enter personal information.
3/28/2018 - Ag Credit Distributes $27 Million Over 20 Years through Patronage Program
Central Kentucky Ag Credit will pay more than $3.5 million in a patronage distribution to member-borrowers of the Association in April. The patronage dividend is paid to local farmers and rural residents who are active member-borrowers of the agricultural cooperative.
3/23/2018 - Ag Credit Recognizes Jim May for Service on Regional Bank Board
Jim May of Lincoln County was recently recognized for completing his third consecutive term on the AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Board of Directors. He served on the Board for a total of 12 years, from January 2006 – December 2017. Mr. May’s service was spotlighted at the Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of Central Kentucky Ag Credit.
3/9/2018 - Beth Mobley Named Ag Credit Loan Officer
Beth Mobley has accepted a loan officer position with Central Kentucky Ag Credit and will work in the Danville branch, serving Boyle and Mercer Counties. Beth brings a wealth of knowledge in agricultural lending to the Association.
3/9/2018 - Customer Appreciation Day - April 2
Customer Appreciation Day is set for Monday, April 2, 2018.
3/7/2018 - Annual Meeting Election Results
The Central Kentucky Ag Credit 84th Annual Meetings were held on March 5 and 6, 2018. The two sectional meetings were hosted in both Lexington and Danville.
2/28/2018 - Melanie Daugherty Named to Ag Credit Staff
Melanie Daugherty has joined the Ag Credit staff as a Loan Assistant in the Lebanon Office.
2/22/2018 - Herd Bull Selection Advice from Joe Myers
Spring is just around the corner and for those of us involved in agriculture, it spawns new hope for the coming year. Spring brings life to the farm and boosts our attitude to see new growth and to have more daylight hours to accomplish our daily work.
2/2/2018 - Lyons to Serve on AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Board of Directors
James Alvin Lyons of Scott County has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of AgFirst Farm Credit Bank, a major part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, and an affiliate with Central Kentucky Ag Credit. Mr. Lyons will serve a four year term.
1/23/2018 - Paul Purcell Joins Central Kentucky Ag Credit
Paul Purcell has joined Central Kentucky Ag Credit as a Loan Officer and has a rich background in lending and finance. Paul brings over 13 years of experience in banking to the Association.
1/4/2018 - Bluegrass Music Kickoff set for January 26-27, 2018
Central Kentucky Ag Credit continues a partnership this year with the Kentucky Fellowship of Musicians to produce Kentucky’s Bluegrass Music Kickoff. The event is ranked by the Kentucky Department of Tourism among the Top Ten Events in Kentucky.
1/4/2018 - 2018 Ag Credit Annual Meetings
The dates are set for the 2018 Ag Credit Annual Meetings: Monday, March 5, 2018 and Tuesday, March 6, 2018.
For media inquiries, contact:
Robert Anderson, Vice President