Farm Credit Midsouth was proud to host our annual Pizza Ranch on Sept. 30 at Allen Park. Approximately 200 second-grade students from Valley View Elementary School attended this unique educational event that provides a firsthand look at where their pizza comes from—before it arrives in a cardboard box.
11 educational stations illustrated the many food products used to make pizzas, not to mention the fact that these products come from farms and ranches in Arkansas.
Lee Petty, Farm Credit Midsouth Branch Manager in Barton, is pleased to announce that loan officer Greg Gibson recently completed Basic Appraisal Procedures (A102) at the Farm Credit Bank of Texas in Austin on April 28–May 1.
Jay Salter, loan officer at Farm Credit Midsouth in Marion, recently completed training for Basic Appraisal Procedures (A102) in Austin, Texas. Held at the Farm Credit Bank of Texas April 28 – May 1, this four-day course guides lenders through the valuation process, building on basic principles and concepts previously learned. By successfully completing the course and corresponding exam, Salter has met the educational requirements for basic appraisal procedures in the majority of U.S. states.
Approximately 320 first-grade students from Brookland and Fox Meadow Elementary Schools attended Farm Credit Midsouth’s annual Pizza Ranch on Sept. 27 at Allen Park.
This unique educational event gives students a firsthand look at where their pizza comes from before it arrives at the door in a cardboard box. 15 educational stations illustrated the many food products used to make pizzas, not to mention the fact that these products come from farms and ranches in Arkansas.
Farm Credit Midsouth will hold its annual Stockholders Meeting on February 25, 2014 at 12pm at the
Arkansas State University Convocation Center, Jonesboro, AR. Director positions up for election are indicated