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There’s no doubt that most lenders are quali
fied to read your financial statements. That’s what
they’re trained to do.
But do they really understand your farm or
ranch operation? Are they trained in your busi
ness? Do they care about your investments as much
as you do?
Farm Credit understands what it takes to run
a farm or ranch. Farming is a specialized business.
And the challenges of today make it a tough busi
ness. We’re cortimitted to you; the American farmer,
and we have a track record of 70 years of dedicated
service to prove it.
We oner short-, intermediate-, or long-term
loans for seasonal operating expenses, capital
improvements, or real estate purchases.
• BERKS-LEHIGH VALLEY FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Fogelsville • 215/395-6831
• BUTLER FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Butler • 412/482-2161
• HEADWATERS FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Wellsboro • 717/724-1961
• LANCASTER FARM CREDIT SERVICE
• MEADVILLE FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Meadville • 814/336 3149
When you borrow from the Farm Credit Sys
tem, you become part of a cooperative lending
organization comprised of hundreds of thousands of
farmers with interests and concerns that are similar
to yours. As a Farm Credit member, you’ll own a
piece of the business. And we’ll work hard to pro
tect your future because it’s our future, too.
For more information on Farm Credit and its
services, contact the Farm Credit office nearest you.
While most lenders only understand rows of
numbers, we understand more. We understand
farming. Were the Farm Credit System.
The Farm Credit System
• NORTHEASTERN FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Lewisburg • 717 523 1201
• SOUTHEAST FARM CREDIT SERVICE
WestChester* 215/431 1257
• WEST CENTRAL FARM CREDIT SERVICE
Uniontown • 412437 2825
• YORK FARM CREDIT SERVICE
York • 717/792 2641