Live the Dream
If you're buying, refinancing, or improving the land, we can help. We offer loans for all kinds of rural land, including farmland, timberland, homesites, and places where you can enjoy the great outdoors.Learn About Land Loans
Ag Is Our Middle Name
Our experienced relationship managers understand agriculture and can customize loans for farms, facilities, agribusiness, and the production of agriculture products such as crops, livestock, poultry, seafood, and timber.Learn More
We Are Returning 9.8 Million!
As an Alabama Ag Credit borrower-owner, you not only get competitive interest rates upfront but also get back some of the interest on your loan when we distribute a patronage refund- effectively lowering your borrowing costs.Learn More
Why Choose Alabama Ag Credit
We understand agriculture and country living. Our borrower-owned cooperative offers flexible financing for farmers, agribusinesses, landowners, and people who live in Alabama's countryside and small towns.Learn More
Aug 5, 2020, 16:13 PM
At its most recent board meeting held on August 5th, Alabama Ag Credit’s board of directors appointed Richard Stabler to fulfill a three-year term as an outside directorFull story
Jul 30, 2020, 17:31 PM
Two local agriculture leaders have been elected by the stockholders of Alabama Ag Credit to serve on the board of directors for the financial cooperative. The elected board members, who are stockholders themselves, are responsible for establishing policies, providing strategic direction, and overseeing all major institution functions for the association.Full story
Jul 9, 2020, 13:43 PM
As part of our mission to support rural communities and agriculture during this difficult farm economy, we are able to provide free, online training materials focused on mental health and stress management.Full story
Jun 11, 2020, 11:09 AM
Alabama's three Farm Credit lending associations recently donated 14,400 jars of peanut butter to food banks across the state, with assistance from the Alabama Peanut Producers Association (APPA).Full story
A multi-generational operation, Sessions Farms owns 3.500 satsuma trees, planted across several orchards. Their average annual yield is 600,000 pounds. March through December you can buy satsumas as well as other fruits and vegetable from their produce stand - all grown on their land.Full Story
AL Poultry & Egg Evening of Fun
Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex
Alabama Forestry Assoc Annual Meeting
Perdido Beach Resort
We are proud to be a founding member of Sweet Grown Alabama. Click below to find specific Alabama grown products from local farmers in your area.
Sweet Grown Alabama is a non-profit foundation that enhances marketing opportunities for Alabama farmers by connecting retailers and consumers to Alabama grown foods and other agricultural products.