Wells Fargo is the nation's leading agricultural lender. Our customers include livestock farmers, food processors, nurseries, and vegetable, fruit, and nut growers. Our experienced and knowledgeable agricultural bankers can tailor financing for all sorts of needs, including livestock, real estate, equipment purchase or leasing, and general working capital.
We view our customer relationships as long-term, and can work with you to help you manage risks posed by weather, commodity prices, and demand as they fluctuate over time. We understand your region's growing conditions and your local economy, as well as the regulatory environment, so we can provide relevant, informed recommendations that make sense for your business and fast credit decisions.
Watch webinars replays or browse articles from our free monthly newsletter, Food for Thought, which offers timely perspectives from Wells Fargo experts on critical topics and issues in the food & agribusiness industry.
- Two Ways 2 Grow: Investing for the greatest return (PDF*) "Farmers aren't just farmers anymore. These days the job is much more complex, analytical, and demanding." Read this Insights Magazine interview with Wells Fargo senior vice president and agricultural economist Michael Swanson.
- Rob Yraceburu named head of Food & Agribusiness (press release) Yraceburu is a fourth-generation family farmer with degrees in agricultural business and agricultural economics. He has worked in finance for 28 years. In this interview he talks about his family's farming background, Wells Fargo's commitment to the U.S. agribusiness industry, and how Wells Fargo is expanding to offer companies east of the Rockies credit, crop insurance, commodity hedging, treasury management, foreign exchange, and other financial services.
- Karen Hardy named Central Region Head of National Food & Agribusiness Division
- Neal Crapo named Eastern Head of National Food & Agribusiness Division (PDF*)
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