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LANDFLIP Forms Alliance with Six Farm Credit Institutions to Help Buyers Gain Access to Land Financing

The path to land ownership just got easier, thanks to the a newly formed alliance between LANDFLIP and Farm Credit. LANDFLIP, the premier online land for sale marketplace for connecting land buyers and sellers, announced today a significant expansion of their strategic alliance with Farm Credit institutions. LANDFLIP is now aligned with 9 independent Farm Credit lending institutions covering Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana.

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Spencer Floyd Accepts Position as Loan Officer with AgSouth Farm Credit

STATESBORO, GA (September 1, 2018): AgSouth Farm Credit Regional Business Development Manager Al Baldwin announced that Spencer Floyd has accepted a position as a loan officer with AgSouth Farm Credit. Floyd has been a marketing specialist with AgSouth for the past two years, where he assisted in growing the association’s portfolio in the northernmost regions of AgSouth’s territory in both Georgia and South Carolina. He will remain in Camden, S.C., where he will focus on developing more personal relationships with the ag and rural communities in Richland, Kershaw and Fairfield counties.

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Farming Spoken Here

When he was just 18 years old, Todd Turner took out his first farm loan. Decades later, he still relies on the same bankers to help keep his successful poultry and cattle operation going.

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Jaime Medlock Joins AgSouth Farm Credit

Statesboro, GA. (April 30, 2018): Christy Marsh, AgSouth Farm Credit’s Country Home Loan Manager, recently announced that Jaime Medlock has joined the association as a mortgage originator. Medlock will work from the Vidalia, Ga., office and will serve Tattnall, Toombs, Wheeler and Montgomery counties.

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Georgia Cattlemen Initiate Feasibility Study

Macon, Georgia - A group of cattlemen in the state of Georgia think that enhanced producer control might mean opportunity for one of Georgia's largest commodities.  That's why they want to look at the supply chain and decide if there's a better way to "finish" cattle here and give local farmers the opportunity to grow the estimated $3 billion industry.

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