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Progressive Farm Credit Services President & CEO Bob Smith is pleased to announce that for the 22nd consecutive year a Patronage Dividend will be paid back to its borrowers. The 2015 patronage totals $5.25 million.
The incoming President & CEO of Progressive Farm Credit Services, Bob Smith, has announced that Chad Crow has been promoted to senior vice president/chief operations & marketing officer at their corporate office; and Heather Couch has been promoted to vice president/branch manager at the Sikeston branch. Both appointments were effective October 1.
July 17, 2015 marks the beginning of Farm Credit’s 100th year. This is an achievement reached by few, and it comes at a time when Farm Credit’s role in agriculture and rural America is as important as ever.
Board Chairman Mark Yarbro has announced that Robert (Bob) Smith will be the next President and Chief Executive Officer of Progressive Farm Credit Services. Bob will assume the role of incoming CEO on September 1, 2015 with several months of transition before the retirement of current CEO Ron Milbach towards the end of the year.
University of Missouri Extension will hold a meeting on the Farm Bill on November 10 in Miner, Missouri*. This informational meeting will provide farmers, landowners, and other interested parties the most up-to-date information on the new farm bill. The meeting will cover decisions that farmers and landowners need to make in respect to base acre reallocation, yield updating, and PLC, ARC county and individual program choices. In addition, program decision tools will be demonstrated to assist in making the Farm Bill decisions.