Agriculture is more volatile and complex than almost any other industry. Rising production costs, increased global competition and fewer government subsidies cut into margins. Wells Fargo’s financial solutions are specifically designed to meet the needs of production operations, agribusinesses and farmers.

Wells Fargo supports America’s crop producers and agricultural professionals with a full range of specialized products and standard banking services to help you succeed. You can apply online for many of these services, or talk with one of our Agriculture bankers at 1-800-416-8658.

Business Banking Services

Today’s agribusiness owners need banking services to help manage cash flow and to maximize the return on savings and investments. Wells Fargo’s cash management services can meet your needs cost-effectively. Compare our business checking accounts and interest bearing savings accounts.

Wells Fargo Business Online® enables you to quickly access your business and personal accounts at your convenience. Make payments, transfer funds, view your balances, deposits and check images with ease.

Finance Your Agribusiness

As one of the largest commercial bank agricultural lenders in the country, Wells Fargo has supported farmers and producers on an ongoing basis for years.

Our expert bankers understand the credit needs of the industry as well as the value of specialized agriculture collateral. They can help structure reasonable and realistic credit whether you want crop production loans or agricultural real estate loans. You may even be able to use leasing alternatives.

If you require a line of credit to help manage your cash flow effectively, consider BusinessLine®. Draw down the line when needed for working capital and repay it as cash flows in after inventory, crop or livestock sales.

Whether you need to buy a pick-up truck, tractor or milking machine, there are several ways to finance agricultural equipment. Equipment Express® can help you acquire new and used equipment and vehicles quickly and easily. Leasing options are also available.

Insurance is:
  • Not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency.
  • Not a deposit of or guaranteed by any bank.