September 21, 2023
Our People Are the Core of Fulfilling Our Mission
Farm Credit of Central Florida staff enjoying time together at the 2022 annual meeting held at Raymond James Stadium


Our People Are the Core of Fulfilling Our Mission

| 7/28/2023
Farm Credit of Central Florida
Lakeland, Plant City, Apopka, Brooksville

Farm Credit of Central Florida is a locally owned and operated cooperative that helps farmers and ranchers acquire the necessary financial resources to provide the world with a stable, healthy, and sustainable food supply. We recognize the vitality of Florida agriculture and take pride in serving as a resource to rural America. Our mission is to be the premier partner with farmers and rural communities throughout all of Central Florida by providing reliable, consistent credit and financial services. We remain committed to our mission for over 100 years and look forward to serving agriculture for the next 100 years.

We pride ourselves on having a collaborative, family-oriented, mission focused culture that recognizes, rewards, and develops our staff to both support career growth and celebrate work/ life milestones for each of our employees.

Our core values of being Customer- Centric, Acting with Integrity, Employing and Rewarding People, Achieving Excellence in Performance and Dedication to our Members and Community serve as the guiding principles in dealing with each other, our members and communities.

We are a team of diverse, dedicated, passionate professionals focused on fulfilling the mission to provide the financing needed to produce the food that feeds America. Every position within our organization plays a vital role in helping our farmers and ranchers be successful. Learn more


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