Our AG Operating Loans Benefits:
Flexible payment schedules
Variable interest rates
Offer loan terms of 1-3 years
One of the primary benefits of our operating loans is their flexibility. We understand that farming is an industry that is subject to constant change, and cash flow can be unpredictable. To help farmers manage this unpredictability, we offer payment schedules that are tailored to match their cash flow. This means that farmers can make payments when they have the cash available, rather than being forced to pay at set times.
Another key benefit of our operating loans is that we offer variable interest rates. This means that the interest rate can fluctuate over time, based on market conditions. This can be particularly beneficial for farmers who are looking to keep their costs low, as they can take advantage of lower interest rates when they are available.
In addition to our flexible payment schedules and variable interest rates, we also offer loan terms of 1-3 years. This means that farmers can choose the loan term that works best for them, based on their specific needs. For example, a farmer who needs funding to purchase seed and fertilizer for the upcoming planting season may only require a one-year loan, while a farmer who needs to make larger investments in equipment or land may prefer a longer loan term.
At FCSC, we understand that every farmer’s needs are different, and that’s why we offer a range of options with our operating loans. Whether you need short-term financing or a longer-term loan, we can work with you to find the solution that works best for your operation. If you’re interested in learning more about our farm operating loans and how they can benefit your farm, please learn more on our farming loan page, or contact us directly to speak with one of our experienced loan officers.
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