Agriculture Loans in Colorado
Colorado ranks first nationally in production of proso millet. This annual grass is grown as a grain crop and is used for bird and livestock feed. One of our personal favorites grown in Colorado are sunflowers. Colorado ranks fourth in the nation for the production of Sun Flowers.
Colorado produces more than 100 million pounds of pinto beans each year. Colorado’s leading vegetable crops are potatoes, cabbage, and onions. Peaches, apples, and cantaloupe are Colorado’s largest fruit crops. Cattle and Calves is Colorado’s number one agricultural commodity with 2.6 million head of cattle in the state.
Number of Farms: 36,500
Average Farm Size: 281 acres Total Farmland: 31.6 million acres
Ag Lending Group loves to work with farmers in the state of Colorado. We work with aspiring farmers, experienced farmers and those looking for agricultural investments. The Ag Lending Group team has over 4 decades of experience with farming and finance.