Cash Grain Farmers
Whatever you need for your farm, we can finance here.
Financing & Services We Offer Grain Farmers
Cover all your operating expenses such as repairs, seed, fertilizer, fuel and other inputs with a customized farm operating loan.
From tractors to combines to grain carts, we offer attractive loan and lease options for all types of farm equipment.
Finance farmland with long-term fixed rates and payment structures that align with your cash flow.
We finance grain bins, barns, farm storage buildings and more with flexible terms to meet your needs.
Our experts can help you navigate tax law around family business structures, prepaid farm expenses, equipment depreciation and more to get every deduction possible.
At Farm Credit East, we provide comprehensive financial record-keeping services from accounting professionals trained in ag- and grain-related rules and regulations.
Ag-specific payroll services from Farm Credit East can help you achieve trouble-free payroll periods and eliminate the hassle and technicalities of payroll processing while complying with all federal and state regulations.
Our cash grain and agriculture consultants can help you get the best return on your business. We develop unique working relationships with each client based on your business objectives and how you like to work on any specific aspect of business management.
By working with a Farm Credit consultant, your family can build a plan that will provide peace of mind around your farm. No matter what happens, you can be assured that your loved ones will be taken care of.
Work with a team of crop insurance specialists who can help you protect your crops and limit your financial risk.
Incentives We Offer for Veterans and Beginning Grain Farmers
We have a number of programs to support talented, hardworking individuals entering agriculture. Helping young people get started in cash grain farming is one of our long-term commitments to Northeast agriculture. Programs include our young, beginning, small and veteran farmer incentives, FarmStart and GenerationNext.
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