Release date: 5/21/2015
May 21, 2015 - Caleb Sadler has joined Central Kentucky Ag Credit as a Loan Officer. He will assume his financial role with the Association immediately.
Caleb is a native of Nicholas County and currently resides in Carlisle, with plans to become a resident of Paris in the near future.
He will serve Ag Credit in the Association’s Lexington Office. His job responsibilities will encompass the broad spectrum of farm and rural home lending in the 7-county area served by the Ag Credit Lexington office, including: Fayette, Anderson, Clark, Franklin, Jessamine, Scott and Woodford Counties.
Prior to joining the Central Kentucky Ag Credit team, Caleb was an Extension Program Assistant with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture. In that role, he had responsibility for making specialist research information available to UK Extension Agents throughout the Commonwealth. He also worked with the Pesticide Safety Education Program at the University of Kentucky.
Caleb earned his B.S. Degree in Agriculture Economics, with a minor in Business from the University of Kentucky. He also attended Bluegrass Community Technical College prior to earning his degree from UK. While a student, he was a member of the University of Kentucky Livestock Judging Team, was a member of the Block & Bridle Club and the University’s Agri-Business Club.
Caleb is the son of Jimmy and Lona Sadler, prominent Nicholas County farmers. The family farm consists of 320 acres and includes production of commercial cattle and purebred Angus cattle. The family also shows purebred Angus, and the Sadler cropping program includes production of Burley tobacco, corn and soybeans.
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