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Publish Date: 12/11/2017

How to Care for Your Poinsettia Long After Christmas

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How many of you have actually kept your poinsettia alive post-holidays though!? Believe it or not taking care of poinsettias isn't rocket science. We've gathered a few tips to keep your poinsettias merry and bright long after Santa eats his last Christmas cookie.
Publish Date: 11/21/2017

Join #teamCFC as a Summer 2018 Intern

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Capital Farm Credit has eight internships available for Summer 2018. The paid intern positions will begin approximately June 4 and conclude August 17.
Publish Date: 11/15/2017

Capital Farm Credit returns $93.5 Million to Members

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Combined with the $56.7 million cash patronage paid in March of this year, Capital Farm Credit will have returned total cash distributions of more than $93.5 million to our members in 2017.
Publish Date: 9/26/2017

It's more than just a piece of land...

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Publish Date: 9/26/2017

With hope... and a plan.

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Publish Date: 9/26/2017

Sharing the struggle. And the rewards.

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Publish Date: 9/1/2017

Hurricane Harvey Relief: We're In This Together

Bethany Rosebrock at Temple Shelter

We're in this together. Please join Capital Farm Credit and friends in continued Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Publish Date: 8/21/2017

Denton Valley Farms: A Vision Realized

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With financing from Capital Farm Credit, Amanda and Colby Hatchett purchased additional acreage in 2012 to expand their operation — a property that needed much work.
Publish Date: 8/21/2017

Horse Feathers

West Ranch
No two days are ever quite the same at the West Charolais Ranch east of Pleasanton in South Texas. Twin calves were born overnight in a pasture. Horses must be saddled for afternoon riding lessons. Wash a champion bull for a bull sale. Handle a sales call from a bull buyer in Florida, then change bedsheets for overnight customers arriving this weekend. No doubt, Gary and Kristie West work nearly nonstop on their multifaceted ag business.
Publish Date: 8/18/2017

Cow in the Classroom

Katherine Fazzino
It is one thing to take a hamster or a pet rabbit to school, quite another to take a cow. So when 17-year-old Katherine Fazzino took her favorite show heifer, Reenie, to 10 elementary schools this past year, she made a big impression on hundreds of little students — which was exactly her goal.
Publish Date: 8/18/2017

Worrells Modernize Ranch with the Latest Breeding and Marketing Methods

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Worrells continue family's rich ranching heritage — but with a modern flair. They have integrated social media with the latest in reproductive techniques
Publish Date: 8/18/2017

A couple finds their niche growing alfalfa hay in the Texas Panhandle

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Operating their hay business under the name Standard Hay, Wade and Karen decided immediately that they'd only grow and sell small square bales. They would focus on quality and strive to meet the high standards of the most discriminating horse owners.
Publish Date: 8/17/2017

Summer 2017

Landscapes Summer 2017
Publish Date: 6/2/2017

Partnership that really pays.

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Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Cucumbers Are His Bread and Butter.

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Paul Ede buys the family company, becoming the fourth generation to work in the cucumber business.

Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Born to Ride, Destined to Reign

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Poised and whip smart, Nikki completed her year-long reign as the 56th Miss Rodeo Texas this past summer.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Catching Some Rays

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Increasingly affordable, solar technology helps two rural families embrace efficiency and self-sufficiency.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

The Madrone Way

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Hill Country Gentleman Passionate About Growing Native Texas Madrone Trees.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

An Old Lender for Young Borrowers

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When a young Texas farmer needed financing for his new farm, his best option was a seasoned lender.
Publish Date: 12/28/2016

Winter 2016

Landscapes Winter 2016
Publish Date: 12/26/2016

Summer 2016

Landscapes Summer 2016
Publish Date: 7/13/2016

Find your career with Capital Farm Credit.

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Publish Date: 5/24/2016

AgDirect takes care of us.

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Publish Date: 12/21/2015

All That He Can Be

Josh Eilers, the 27-year-old owner of Ranger Cattle, is not your typical beginning cattle producer. He didn't follow a traditional route to enter the beef industry either.

He wasn't born into the cattle business, although he nurtured boyhood dreams of becoming a cowboy.

Publish Date: 12/21/2015

There's No Place Like The Homestead

A South Texas family pursues a simpler way of life — living off of the land and raising heritage breeds.

Five years ago, after deciding to "go off the grid," Brian and Mary Schalk established their isolated homestead on 100 acres near the tiny town of Santa Monica.

Publish Date: 12/21/2015

The Giving Tree

The Davises are committed to helping their community, and feel that donating trees during the Christmas season makes a real difference.

Every year, for instance, they donate the Christmas tree that is displayed at the Gray County courthouse.

Publish Date: 12/21/2015

Winter 2015

Landscapes Winter 2015
Publish Date: 8/20/2015

A Stable Business

Kim and Dale Cox with daughter Katie and horse Twilight

"This is a self-serve facility," explains instructor Kim Cox, who co-owns the farm with her husband, Dale. "Our students don't just climb on a horse and take a lesson. We teach them to treat our horses like their own, which instills within them a real love and devotion for an animal."

Publish Date: 8/11/2015

Summer 2015

Landscapes Summer 2015
Publish Date: 11/25/2014

Winter 2014

Landscapes Winter 2014