NAFB News Service
Farm Credit Mid-America and Farm Credit Midsouth officially merged on April 1 to become Farm Credit Mid-America.
The new association now serves more than 137,000 customers. Those customers live in 391 counties across Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, and Tennessee.
“This is an exciting time for Farm Credit Mid-America as we bring our customer-owners and team members together to form an even stronger cooperative,” said Andrew Wilson, Chair of Farm Credit Mid-America’s Board of Directors. “Together, we are fulfilling our purpose to secure the future of rural communities and agriculture by serving their needs with excellence.”
Dan Wagner continues to serve as Farm Credit Mid-America’s President and CEO.
“With a combined net income of $477 million and $38 billion in total assets owned and managed, we are well-positioned to capitalize on our customers’ opportunities, and we are committed to agriculture and rural communities when challenging times arise,” Wagner said.