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Our mission is to gain a clear understanding of your goals and guide you through the financing process to find the loan that is the best fit for you and your family.

Rural Home Loans

Do you own or are you purchasing a country home with acreage in a rural community? Our rural home specialists can make your loan experience simple and easy.

Hobby Farm Loans

If you own or dream of owning a residence with potential for farming, even though most of your income comes from off-farm sources, consider a Hobby Farm loan.

Agriculture Loans

Whether you are expanding your ranch, buying a farm, or making long-term improvements, MSF Agriculture has the agricultural land loan that fits your needs.

We are proud to assist American farmers and ranchers.

We understand that farming and ranching is hard work, and in times of uncooperative weather and struggling global economies, the challenges are even greater. Our goal is to assist in any way we can when it comes to financing – making the process easier for our customers so they can focus on their day to day operations instead of cutting through red tape.

Intro to USDA Emergency Farm Loans

If you own a farm, you’ve probably already heard a bit about the benefits of USDA farm loans. Through a USDA loan, you can gain access to long-term financing options with comfortably affordable interest rates. The hard part, however, is understanding which USDA farm...

Financial Management Tips for New Farmers

Starting a farm can provide you and your family with a wide variety of benefits. In addition to giving you an escape from the noise of the city, farming can also provide sustainable food sources. These qualities are both becoming increasingly valuable to millions of...

How to Buy a Home in a Rural Area

Now more than ever, Americans are learning to appreciate the value of living in a rural community. In times of economic uncertainty and social unrest, rural living can provide peace of mind, security, and lasting comfort. But as greater numbers of people leave the...

Pros and Cons of New Water Initiative in California

The effects of climate change are starting to be acutely felt in countries around the world. One of the most unsettling and urgent of these effects has been the depletion of freshwater. In Jordan, for example, local water shortages have pushed the price of water up...

How to Choose a Lender for Agriculture Production

Once you’ve decided to start your own farming operation, your next step should be to review your financing options. As you can probably imagine, there are several start-up expenses that come along with establishing an independent farm. Property is certainly one of...

Top 7 Issues Facing Farmers in the Fall of 2020

2020 has been a year unlike any other in history. Here in the United States, we’ve been witnessing the effects of COVID-19, climate change, and social unrest - all at once. The challenges of the last seven months have impacted every American individual, family,...

Poultry Farming 101: Can I Take Out a Loan?

If you’re considering starting your own poultry farm, it will be important to first have a financing strategy in place. Poultry farming can be a great source of income and food - but only if you’ve invested in the proper infrastructure. Equipment and property costs...

How Much of an Investment Is Needed to Start a Farm?

Congratulations, you’ve finally made the decision to start your own farm! You have several exciting benefits to look forward to, including a deeper connection with nature and a self-sustaining food supply. But before you can enjoy the benefits of farming, you’ll first...

8 Rural Housing Loans & Grants You Should Know About

Now more than ever, people are beginning to see the benefits of rural living in a new light. Sure, owning property in the country can bring you peace and quiet. But it can also enable you to produce your own food, and that’s a fact that’s becoming increasingly...

How to Start a Pig Farming Business

There are several notable benefits to investing in your own pig farming operation. For one thing, pigs - similarly to chickens and rabbits - multiply very quickly. They’re also very inexpensive to feed and maintain because they’re able to eat almost anything. Pig...