Producing Excellence

Producing Excellence shares compelling stories of American farmers and ranchers, both newcomers to agriculture and producers who span generations.

Ree Drummond
Drummond Land and Cattle
Pawhuska, OK
The Pioneer Woman hosts her own Food Network program and blog and has published multiple cookbooks, all built on her life as a farm wife.

 

Scott Edwards
Fertile Crescent Farm
Comer, GA
Scott and Ginni Edwards are committed to sustainability, growing organic produce and flowers for their local market.

 

Kent Fann
Fann Farms
Salemburg, NC
This diversified farming family gives back to their community by hosting Farm Safety Days for local children.

 

Fred Fleming
Shepherd's Grain
Reardan, WA
Shepherd's Grain markets sustainable wheat products to a specialized market.

 

Knouse Foods
Knouse Foods
Peach Glen, PA
The sun's energy helps power this apple processing plant, providing environmental and financial benefits.

 

Mickey Fowler
Fowler Auction
Toney, AL
Choosing to give up his own operation, this one-time farmer now focuses on locating and auctioning farm equipment and land for area farmers and ranchers.

 

Joe Freeman
Cattle Rancher
Senatobia, MS
One career wasn't enough for Joe Freeman, who retired from a corporate management position to raise cattle.

 

Mary Fritz
Quarter Circle JF Ranch
Chester, MT
Mary Fritz has taken a leadership role within Farm Credit for nearly two decades, one of the growing number of women to do so.

 

Ronald Gabriel
Ronald Gabriel
Grand Saline, TX
Doing what he loves - raising beef cattle and quarter horses - is more than enough for this Texas rancher.

 

Sam Goldwater
Lone Star Roses
Tyler, TX
Efficient processing and commitment to quality has gained Lone Star Roses a loyal customer base.

 

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Oxnard, CA

The world’s largest onion plant uses its organic waste to power itself with a groundbreaking waste-to-energy system.
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Farm Credit by the Numbers

  • 1,062,364
    Number of Loans at Dec. 31, 2016
  • 500,000
    Farm Credit Customers Nationwide
  • $253 Billion
    Total Loan Volume at Dec. 31, 2016
  • $12.2 billion
    New Loans to Small Farmers and Ranchers in 2014
 


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