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Together We’re Better | Capital Farm Credit

Preferred Partner, Land Investor Volume 5

COOPERATIVELY SPEAKING

As a cooperative, Capital Farm Credit is owned by the same farmers, ranches, agribusinesses, and rural homeowners we serve. They have a vote and a voice in the business. Better yet, they share in our earnings.

We focus on maintaining a fiscally strong and efficient organization. It’s a part of our cooperative business model — to operate in our members’ best interests — and it definitely stacks up in your favor.
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LEADERSHIP

Capital Farm Credit’s leaders know what it takes to run an agricultural enterprise and operate a successful business. Our board members are farmers and ranchers, elected by their fellow borrowers, and our staff members are rural financing specialists.

The Value Investment Difference of a Sporting Property

By Clayton C. Jeffords, Broker, Fay Ranches People think of many things when it comes to investing in land. Recreation, investment, privacy, safety, cattle, farms, timber, mountains, and water features, to name a few. While many of these investments have assets such as leases, timber, crop, or livestock that can add value, the property’s recreational […]

Fay Ranches, A Ranch Brokerage with a Rodeo Problem

Rodeo is a Spanish term meaning gathering place of cattle; a roundup. Its roots go as far back as the sixteenth century when the Spanish conquistadors and Spanish-Mexicans introduced and propagated horses and cattle to the American Southwest. By the early 1700s, ranching had made its way into Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Native Mexican cowboys, Vaqueros—Spanish word vaca meaning cow—were hired by ranchers to raise cattle and other livestock. By the late […]