Farm Loans for Kentucky Agriculture
Are you looking for a farm loan in Kentucky? Do you have farm real estate? Do you need operating capital? Conterra provides farm real estate backed loans in Kentucky and throughout the United States. Conterra can provide a variety of loan products including revolving lines of credit (RLOC) in Kentucky. You can refinance your RLOC into a low long term fixed rate which can help reduce your risk in your Kentucky farm operation. Robby Frantzis is our relationship manager in Kentucky and he knows the challenges that Kentucky farmers are facing. He is ready to talk about your farm and what Conterra can do to provide financing for your operation. Lets Talk About Your Options.
Kentucky Ag Production
Conterra knows Kentucky is known for grain farming (soybeans being the most produced grain), poultry, cattle and for thoroughbred horse breeding (over 1 million acres dedicated to horses), ranked number 1 in the nation for burly tobacco production. The average sized farm in KY is 172 acres.
Lending in Kentucky FAQ's
Yes, Conterra offers ag real estate lending. We have creative financing to maximize your purchasing power through ag real estate collateral.
Conterra has long term fixed rates out to 30 years, as well as short term financing, bridge loans, and RLOC’s to meet the financing needs of Kentucky farmers.
Increasing your working capital helps your chances of successfully growing your agribusiness. You have options available through the value of your real estate to expand your operation and mitigate your financial risk by having more cash for operations. Your first step is to talk to one of our ag lending experts to learn more about leveraging the equity and value of your land to help expand your operation.
Yes, Conterra has many financing options available to help finance your farm’s needs including revolving lines of credit (RLOC) which can later be refinanced into long term loans.
Yes, Conterra will order an appraisal on your land in Kentucky through our network of certified appraisers.
Some of the most common equipment found in agriculture are tractors, plows, combine, planters and harvesters.
Let's Talk Farming
We have many creative financing options for your farm or ranch and a simple application process. Fill out our loan application form and one of our ag lending experts will get back with you quickly to discuss your financing needs.