Farm Credit Services of America (FCSA), headquartered in Omaha, Neb., has 42 offices spread across four states.  FCSA is part of the Farm Credit System, a $248-billion nationwide network of lending institutions, established in 1916. It is owned by its more than 50,000 stockholders/customers. They provide senior debt to approximately one-third of the nation’s ethanol producers representing roughly 5.5 billion gallons of production. In 2017 alone, FCSA returned over $1.15 million in cash back dividends to its ethanol producing customer-owners.

 

FCSA joined the Growth Energy family in 2010.

 

FCSA Vice President for Corporate Lending Kathy Frahm says they value the timely updates Growth Energy provides its members as well as the access to association leadership for insight on emerging issues and trending topics.

 

To find out more information visit their website at: www.fcsamerica.com

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