Harvest Season in Iowa: Why It Is Important and How We Can Help

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Posted on September 24th, 2014 in Agriculture finances by NSBblogger |

Northeast Security Bank wants to assist farmers financially to have the best harvest seasons yet.

Enjoy the beautiful fall season and bountiful harvest.

You can tell by the changing leaves, cooling air, and Friday night football games that fall is near. The first official day of fall is September 23rd, but up until that day the world around us is changing. One of the most significant events that occur during the fall season is harvest time.
All across Iowa, harvest season is upon us. Agriculture is the centerpiece of our local economy in northeast Iowa, and harvesting seasons means big things for not only farmers, but others who call Iowa home (especially with year’s expected record crop). Northeast Security Bank understands the importance of agricultural in our community.
Our communities are largely rural communities, which means as farming goes, so goes our local economies. Because agriculture is such an important substance for so many different reasons, Northeast Security Bank hopes to help in the production in the following ways:

  • Ag loans can be obtained to help with operational costs, livestock, machinery, real estate, FSA guarantees, and Beginning Farmer program. To apply for an ag loan, fill out our Agriculture Financial Statement and bring it in to Northeast Security Bank. Our team will work with you to find a plan to meet your unique needs.
  • With interest checking, farmers can be better prepared for any additional farming costs as well. Even when you are not making depots directly into your account, your funds will grow.

As you can see, the crops produced in our little slice of Iowa are huge for financial to the success of our local economies. People and animals all over the world are dependent upon a successful harvest season in Iowa. Northeast Security Bank hopes to be a part of that success. We encourage you to reach out for any financial advice and assistance.
Be sure to swing by any farmers markets as well to grab some locally grown produce and other homemade goods. It’s a great way to support local producers, and many farmers markets are open through November!

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