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In addition to regular news, we also publish quarterly Leader Magazines that dig deep into stories that impact our community. If you'd like to read the magazine in its original format, you can get the PDF version on our site. 

Building credit and savings to grow your farm operation

There’s no question about it: Farming takes a lot of money. Fortunately, strong credit and adequate savings can help you...
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Rural Resilience Training

Take a free, private, online course about identifying and coping with stress. Together, we will strengthen our rural...
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Herd Bull Selection

By: Joe Myers, Central Kentucky Ag Credit Board Member Spring is just around the corner and for those of us involved in...
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McGuire Selected as Marketing Intern

Aly McGuire has been selected as the Marketing Intern for Central Kentucky Ag Credit. Aly currently lives in Lexington...
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Central Kentucky Ag Credit Launches New Website

Central Kentucky Ag Credit launched a new website in mid-September. The newly designed website focuses on the user's...
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Shelby Wade Named Loan Officer with Paris Ag Credit

Shelby Wade has accepted a loan officer position with Central Kentucky Ag Credit and she will serve in the Paris Office of...
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Sheena Houston Joins Lexington Office

Sheena Houston recently joined Central Kentucky Ag Credit as a loan assistant in the Lexington Branch. Prior to assuming her...
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Emalie Gregory Promoted in Richmond Ag Credit Branch

Emalie Gregory was recently named loan assistant in the Ag Credit Richmond Branch. Emalie has been with the Association for...
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New Free Farm Stress Training for Farmers and Ranchers

Free online farm stress training is now available for all customers. This training was developed through a partnership...
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Information Security

By: Grace Gayheart and Ben Robin In the next five years, 146 billion personal records will be exposed by data breaches...
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Leader Magazine

The Ag Credit Leader provides stories, tips and Ag Credit information four times a year.