Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the most commonly asked questions about Alabama Farm Credit are below. If you have questions not covered in our FAQs, please contact us.

The Organization

Our success is your success and, as such, we will always have your best interests in mind.

Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?

Feb 19, 2021, 15:12 PM
Question : Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?
Farmers, ranchers and producers who obtain a loan are required to purchase voting stock. Our  borrowers are considered members of Alabama Farm Credit, and have the privilege of being a voice within the cooperation. Your right to vote, in accordance with the Farm Credit Act and Alabama Farm Credit bylaws, allows you to elect the members of your Board. These members work closely with Alabama Farm Credit to ensure that your needs are addressed.
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Voting Stock

We support the cooperative principle of sharing our success with our members.

Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?

Feb 19, 2021, 15:12 PM
Question : Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?
Farmers, ranchers and producers who obtain a loan are required to purchase voting stock. Our  borrowers are considered members of Alabama Farm Credit, and have the privilege of being a voice within the cooperation. Your right to vote, in accordance with the Farm Credit Act and Alabama Farm Credit bylaws, allows you to elect the members of your Board. These members work closely with Alabama Farm Credit to ensure that your needs are addressed.
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Our Loans

Our loan programs are customized to meet the needs of borrowers just like you.

Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?

Feb 19, 2021, 15:12 PM
Question : Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?
Farmers, ranchers and producers who obtain a loan are required to purchase voting stock. Our  borrowers are considered members of Alabama Farm Credit, and have the privilege of being a voice within the cooperation. Your right to vote, in accordance with the Farm Credit Act and Alabama Farm Credit bylaws, allows you to elect the members of your Board. These members work closely with Alabama Farm Credit to ensure that your needs are addressed.
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The Mobile App

Download our ios or android app for more access to your loan information.

Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?

Feb 19, 2021, 15:12 PM
Question : Alabama Farm Credit’s borrowers also own its stock. Why?
Farmers, ranchers and producers who obtain a loan are required to purchase voting stock. Our  borrowers are considered members of Alabama Farm Credit, and have the privilege of being a voice within the cooperation. Your right to vote, in accordance with the Farm Credit Act and Alabama Farm Credit bylaws, allows you to elect the members of your Board. These members work closely with Alabama Farm Credit to ensure that your needs are addressed.
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