Knowledge Center Blog

Welcome to the Farm Credit Knowledge Center Blog!  This blog is a combination of posts from industry experts, Knowledge Center staff and guest contributors covering all aspects of agriculture and life in the country.  We want you to participate in this blog, sharing your thoughts and comments about the topics posted here.


We Are Thankful....

We asked our Knowledge Center team what they are thankful for as we begin to wrap up 2019, here is what they had to say….
It is almost evident at the end of the year, we all take a moment to stop and reflect. What have we done this year that has stuck out? What are we going to different in the following 365 days? What goals do we have for ourselves, our farm, our business, etc. As we quickly approach 2020, I encourage us all to make a conscientious effort to reflect and give thanks every week, actually every day.
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How Do You Get Your News? The New Buzz in Agriculture Media

In production agriculture we witness the ever-changing technologies that enable producers to increase efficiencies as well as yields in whatever commodity they are a part of.  Most of the time when we hear the phrase, “technologies in agriculture”, we automatically think of the production technologies; heat detection, GPS, drone capabilities, etc. however, this phrase also encompasses media.
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"Everything But The" Series

We have updated all of our Everything Infographics and are sharing them here so that they are easy to find!
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Ag Literacy Goes Far Beyond A Week

Last week was Ag Literacy week and our Knowledge Center team, as well as other member of the Farm Credit of the Virginias team, took time out of their week to visit with students across our footprint to read and talk to them about agriculture and how it impacts their daily lives.  This is one of the highlights for our team members, and as we looked back over this week, we were reminded that this week has long reaching implications....
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"Ag"vocating in the (State) Capitol(s)

Ag stories.  Everyone involved in agriculture has them.  And now, more than ever, it is incredibly important to be telling them.  To consumers, communities, politicians; the list goes on and on. 
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