• Growing for Tomorrow

    For more than a century, Farm Credit East has taken seriously our charge to provide lending capital and financial services critical to Northeast businesses and communities. As we plan for the future of our cooperative, of utmost importance is serving our members today and supporting the next generation of ag leaders. View our 2018 Annual Report to learn more.

    Customer Assistance Program

    As a customer-owned cooperative, Farm Credit East is committed to providing the services and resources that our members need. That is why we are now offering a customer assistance program at no cost to you. Farm Credit East customers and family members may access the assistance/counseling services of ESI Group by calling 800-252-4555 or visiting theEAP.com. All you need to indicate to use this complimentary service is that you are a Farm Credit East customer. Learn more

  • In The News

    • Farm Credit East Awards 32 College Scholarships

      Farm Credit East, the Northeast’s largest agricultural lending cooperative, recently awarded $49,500 in college scholarships to 32 student recipients. Farm Credit East’s scholarship program supports students with diverse career aspirations in agriculture, commercial fishing and the forest products sectors from across the association’s seven-state territory.

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    • RMA Announces Silage Corn May be Planted on Prevented Planting Acres

      Due to the unique challenges of the 2019 growing season, the USDA Risk Management Agency (RMA) has announced a one-time change to the 2019 crop year prevented planting rules. This change allows silage corn, if planted as a cover crop following local agricultural expert guidelines, to be allowed as a post-prevented planting cover crop as long as harvest takes place after September 1. Under this one-time adjustment, producers may produce this crop while retaining their prevented planting payment.

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    • Farm Credit East Releases 2019 Milk Marketing Report

      Farm Credit East’s Knowledge Exchange program released a briefing report on milk marketing in the Northeast. The report presents perspectives from Dr. Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin, and Lucas Fuess, Director of Dairy Market Intelligence at HighGround Dairy.

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    2019 Milk Marketing Update