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The 4th annual Lone Star Dove Hunt Invitational was recently held in Throckmorton County. DFW Outdoorsman host Elliott Moore, and Dallas Cowboy Linebacker Cameron Lawrence, along with Lone Star customers enjoyed the afternoon at the hunt on the George Harvick Ranch.
Approximately 250 borrowers and friends of the Waco officerecently celebrated the Farm Creddit centennial over a BBQ dinner at the Baylor Club at McLane Stadium.
Approximately 220 borrowers and friends of the branch office recently celebrated the centennial over a steak dinner in Stephenville.
Lone Star Ag Credit is celebrating the Farm Credit centennial with its 5,000-plus borrowers during customer appreciation dinners throughout the year.
Each branch's customer appreciation dinner in 2016 is a celebration of the Farm Credit System's first 100 years of service.
Lone Star Ag Credit, an agricultural and rural lending cooperative, reported solid financial results through the second quarter of 2016.The member-owned co-op reported net income of $6.57 million and $13.85 million for the three months and six months ended June 30, 2016, respectively.
Lone Star Ag Credit is celebrating the Farm Credit centennial with its 5,000-plus borrowers during customer appreciation dinners throughout the year. The Temple credit office was the latest to treat customers to a steak dinner in honor of the 100-year milestone. It was held Thursday, July 14, at Cathedral Oaks in Belton.
We salute our scholarship winners! A group of exemplary leaders who will positively influence the future of agriculture.
West Texas farmers Rolan and Randy Petty realize they can't change the amount of moisture they receive from Mother Nature. So instead they have changed their farming practices to conserve the soil moisture she does give them.
Our Paris and New Boston Credit offices recently competed in the Stew Cook-off at the Red River County Fairgrounds in Clarksville. The Cook-off is a fundraiser for the Red River County fair.