• Georgia Agriculture Text

    Agriculture by StateNov 20@ 11:04 amaglendinggroup
  • Wisconsin Farm Loans Text

    UncategorizedWisconsin AgricultureMay 24@ 12:03 pmaglendinggroup

    FARM FACTS When we think of Wisconsin the first thing that comes to mind is cheese. Although Wisconsin is known as the “cheese capital of the U.S.” the states agriculture is very diverse. There are around 68,700 farms in Wisconsin on 14.5 million acres of land. Top commodities for the state include, cattle and calves, soybeans, potatoes, corn, milk and cranberries. The state is Wisconsin is also popular for their production of snap beans for processing, milk goats and mink pelts. You should take note that the state does rank 2nd in the nation for milk production, milk cows and the Ag Lending Group teams favorite mozzarella cheese! Apply Today FARM STATISTICS Number of Farms: 11,000 Average Farm Size: 2,726 acres Total Farmland: 30.2 million acres WISCONSIN FARM LOANS Ag Lending Group loves to work with farmers in the state of Wisconsin. We work with aspiring farmers, experienced farmers and those looking for +

  • Florida Crop Update Text

    Crop UpdateSep 14@ 10:28 amaglendinggroup

    According to the USDA Farmers and ranchers affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are being given additional time to apply for assistance and to file claims for livestock losses. The department said it will provide additional flexibility to farm loan borrowers. “In addition to efforts being made on the ground to assist producers, we have taken a hard look at our regular reporting requirements and adjusted them so producers can take care of pressing needs first and mostly deal with documentation and claims later,” said Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. Serious loss is expected to be recorded in Florida, the number one citrus state, due to loss from Hurricane Irma. Citrus in Florida is typically harvested in early October. Hurricane Irma rolled through just as the crops were reaching their maturity. According to NPR Irma left “50 or 60 percent of the fruit lying in water [or] on the ground.” Many trees were standing in water, a mortal +

  • PeachescaliforniaJul 15@ 10:36 amaglendinggroup

    Elberta Peaches Text

    You know it’s summer when the sweet juice from an Elberta peach is running down your arm. Our friends in the Central Valley know exactly what we are talking about. I was raised out in Sanger, CA in the middle +

  • Cherry FarmJul 19@ 10:32 amaglendinggroup

    Good News for Cherry Farmers Text

    The largest producing county for California cherries is in the center of the state in San Joaquin County near the town of Lodi. This is where the traditional Bing cherry variety is grown because of the ideal climate that provides +