Patronage paid out by AgCredit

AgCredit — one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders for farmers, rural homeowners and agribusiness — announced that it will distribute $21 million to its borrower-owners through its patronage program.

Each year, AgCredit’s Board of Directors reviews the cooperative’s net income and determines how much to return to the cooperative’s borrower-owners in the form of patronage. Qualified borrower-owners will receive their share during events at their local branches, through the mail or through direct deposits into their bank accounts. 

“Our ability to return patronage dividends to eligible borrower-owners in our territory for 36 consecutive years demonstrates the commitment of our cooperative,” said Brian Ricker, AgCredit President and CEO. “AgCredit is uniquely positioned to ensure that these benefits are reinvested throughout our local communities.”

When borrower-owners receive patronage funds, they often spread that money throughout their communities by purchasing local goods and services, creating a recurring cycle that positively impacts everyone those dollars reach. And our member-borrowers reap the benefits of the cooperative way of doing business.

AgCredit is a member of the nationwide Farm Credit System. For more information about the Association and its patronage dividend program, please visit

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