Ag Lender Southeast Region

Meet Robby Frantzis, Conterra’s Ag Lending Expert in the Southeast Region

Our relationship managers are extremely knowledgeable and experienced with the overall agriculture markets in their specific regions. We will meet with you to discuss your operation and find a lending solution to fit your specific needs.

Robby Frantzis
AVP Relationship Manager
Robby Frantzis Conterra Relationship Manager in the Southeast and Eastern Region
Robby Frantzis

VP Relationship Manager
Southeast Region

Robby Frantzis was born and raised in central Florida. His background in wealth management led Robby to ag finance.  With experience working and volunteering at various ranches and farms across the southeast and Texas, Robby developed a deep passion for agriculture and an understanding of the needs of individual operations. An avid hunter and fisher, Robby enjoys spending his free time outdoors.

Robby appreciates the ability to effectively and efficiently structure loans for his Conterra clients and sees Conterra’s competitive advantage over agriculture lenders across the U.S. with our various loan products, highly competitive rates, and the relationships built within the American agricultural industry. 

Focusing on the Southeast, Robby has benefited from his work with various farmers and ranchers. He understands current and future markets and is able to provide insight and connect with producers of many different commodities. Conterra has the ability to provide short- and long- term loans that will be beneficial to farmers and rancher during all cycles of agriculture.

Contact Robby to learn more about the products and services Conterra can offer your farm or ranch operation.

"Understanding the current and future markets in the southeast, being able to provide insight and connect farmers and ranchers, as well as understand the different commodities across the southeast will allow me to help farmers in the SE."
Robby Frantzis
Relationship Manager
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Known as the Sunshine State, oranges, sugarcane, vegetables, citrus, and grapefruit are the top agricultural products in Florida. Another significant industry is floriculture and bedding, nursery, propagative materials, sod, food crops grown under class or other protection, and mushroom crops.

Georgia is perennially the number one state in the nation in the production of peanuts broilers (chickens), pecans, blueberries and spring onions. Peanut farmers across the state planted over 420,000 acres of corn and produced 70.2 million bushels in 2020.

North Carolina agriculture can be described in one word: diverse. The state’s 46,000 farms produce top commodities and crops for North Carolina and beyond, with the typical farm averaging about 182 acres in size. Farmland makes up 8.4 million acres of the state’s land. The main commodities are sweet potatoes, tobacco, hogs, turkeys, trout, strawberries, and cucumbers.

South Carolina has more than 25,200 farms spread across its landscape, with an average size of 197 acres each. In total, they encompass about 4.9 million acres of land. The main commodities are broilers, turkeys, greenhouse and nursery products, cotton, and corn.

We Understand Agriculture in Your Area

Conterra understands the challenges facing producers in the Southeast region of the United States. Cost of production and availability of products (parts, equipment and inputs) is also a problem farmers must adapt to. Drainage and water management is a problem facing many producers. Labor shortages are making it hard for farmers in the southeastern regions to manage the efficiency of their operations. Conterra is here to provide financial solutions to help manage the many challenges the farmers and ranchers face in rural America. Robby Frantzis is our boots on the ground expert in your area. Contact Robby to learn more about Conterra’s lending programs. 

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