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Looking Back, Moving Forward

Boyd "Jimmy" Chambers

Central Texas Farm Credit has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Farm Credit System over the past year with great pride. Not many businesses reach the century milestone, but Farm Credit has flourished as we have pursued our mission of supporting agriculture and rural communities.

The best part of the centennial year, though, has been the opportunity to celebrate with our member-owners and reminisce about the ways agriculture and Farm Credit have changed over the century. It's been a wonderful trip down memory lane, as borrowers have shared their experiences and memorabilia. From stories of hard times when Farm Credit stood by them and their ancestors to opportunities for financing that couldn't be found elsewhere, a picture emerges of relationships that extend beyond business.

We at Central Texas Farm Credit often refer to members, board and staff as a Farm Credit family. Living and working in the communities we serve establishes strong bonds and long-lasting friendships.

Farm Credit has evolved over the past century to keep pace with the dramatic changes that have occurred in agriculture. While we can't predict what the next 100 years will bring, we know that there will be up-and-down cycles and an even greater need for a dependable source of agricultural credit, and we will continue to be that steady, reliable lender. As a cooperative, we operate in the best interests of our member-owners, and with our reliable source of funds and our agricultural financing expertise, we will always strive to help our borrowers succeed.

We are honored to have helped generations of families start and grow their ag operations and to make their homes in the country. We look forward to helping you and future generations to do the same.


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Boyd J. "Jimmy" Chambers
Chief Executive Officer