Introducing California native Tharvin Gill, who has joined Conterra Ag Capital as vice president relationship manager for California and the Western Region.
Born and raised in California, Gill’s roots in agriculture run deep, having grown up farming alongside his grandfather. His passion for agriculture has always been the driving force behind his career, and he is thrilled about the opportunity to work closely with producers in his home region.
“Tharvin will be a true asset to our California clients,” said Jake Espenmiller, Conterra chief lending officer. “He is driven to support western agriculture with a strong understanding of a wide variety of crop types and diverse experience in commercial and agricultural lending.”
Based in Yuba City, Tharvin’s decision to join Conterra was motivated by an unwavering commitment to supporting producers. “We understand agriculture from a farmer’s perspective and understand the struggles of fluctuating commodity prices,” Gill explains.
With his skills and experience in both farming and agricultural lending, Tharvin Gill is posed to make a significant contribution to the development of American agriculture in the Western Region. He thoroughly understands the operating cycles and seasons for different commodities.
“I look forward to growing and maintaining lasting relationships with fellow farmers here in California. I know and understand what a farmer needs on the financing end: a timely loan process, a trustworthy lender and a strong but flexible resource for capital.”
Conterra Ag Capital focuses exclusively on agriculture, providing conventional farm and ranch loans, development and alternative lending to America’s farmers, ranchers and agribusiness. Conterra also offers its loan products as well as asset management to institutional investors, banks and other agricultural lenders throughout the United States.
Conterra has loan options to help meet the challenges of today’s agricultural environment:
- Long-term fixed rate and short-term variable rate loans
- Restructuring debt to improve cash flow
- Flexibility through revolving lines of credit
- Crop operating loans and partner crop insurance program