Operating Loans, Farm Land Loans and More
Agriculture has been the backbone of Iowa’s economy since our communities were first formed. Farmers in and around our communities work year-round to ensure their families are fed and our communities stay strong. By offering different types of ag loans and financing for agricultural use, Titonka Savings Bank is working to support farm families throughout our communities.
"I am committed to helping our loan customers achieve their goals. The most satisfying part of my job is seeing customers succeed and grow in their businesses."Lori Bertram, TSB Ag Lender
Ag Loan Options
Ag loans from Titonka Savings Bank cover multiple uses ranging from real estate and farm land to equipment and machinery:
- Seasonal Operating Loans- these loans provide the financing needed for inputs for crop & livestock farmers.
- Machinery and Equipment Loans- help cover the cost of farming equipment and machinery.
- Livestock Loans- these loans provide financing to producers making a living from livestock.
- Buildings and Livestock Facilities- financing for building livestock facilities, grain bins and other agricultural buildings.
- Farm Land Loans- whether purchasing farm land for the first time or expanding a farm operation, loans for farm land provide the necessary financing.
- Farm Service Agency (FSA) Programs- FSA loans can be used for numerous expenses related to land, real estate and more.
- Value Added Ag Investments- financing provided for producers wishing to add more value to their production, such as ethanol distilling projects.
Apply for Your Ag Loan Today
You can apply for the financing you need by using Titonka Savings Bank’s online business loan application. Our experienced ag lenders are ready and willing to help you find the right ag loan solution. Call or come by Titonka Savings Bank in Titonka, Forest City or Thompson to start the conversation about your ag loan needs today.
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