A Lender With Perspective
Conterra Ag Capital

Conterra is an agricultural lending company that provides farm & ranch real estate loans to ag producers across the United States.  We do that directly through our regional relationship managers who are strategically located throughout the nation, and though local lenders.  Whether it is long-term fixed rates, transitional financing or bridge financing, we provide options for producers through the toughest agriculture cycles. We understand agriculture and are here to support rural America with diverse financial solutions and lending products that can adapt to the needs of today’s producers.

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Conterra offers a wide range of loan products designed to meet the needs of today’s farmers, ranchers and agribusiness professionals.

Conterra understands that not all borrowers look the same. We offer alternative ag lending solutions for farmers and ranchers who do not  meet traditional financing standards.

We offer farm development loans for producers looking to expand their current operation or looking to diversify production.

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“Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals and happiness”
-Thomas Jefferson
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We have a many loan products including our Rapid Application which is a credit scorecard based model designed to deliver quick underwriting decisions with a simplified application process.

I think Conterra understands agriculture better than anyone I have ever dealt with. Most lending institutions are all finance, but Conterra came and looked at the operation and saw we were doing the best we could under the circumstances."
-Conterra Borrower
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