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Our History


President Woodrow Wilson signed the Farm Loan Act of 1916, establishing the Farm Credit System.


Production Credit Associations (PCA) were created through the Farm Credit Administration, with Brookfield and Warrensburg offices opening as the 2nd and 3rd in the nation.


Customer-owners fully own the capital of the Farm Credit System after repaying all government capital.


Farmers borrowed a record $45 billion from the Farm Credit System at the height of farm success.


The ag industry collapsed, evidenced by the Farm Credit System’s losses of $2.7 billion. Offices began consolidating to cut losses.


The Central Production Credit Association was organized in Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas to save PCAs from insolvency.


The Agricultural Credit Act organized the Farm Credit System in Missouri into four territories plus the Progressive Farm Credit Services serving the Bootheel region.


Northwest and Southwest merged to form FCS of Western Missouri. Northeast and East Central merged to form FCS of Eastern Missouri.


The boards of Eastern and Western Missouri voted to consolidate and rename the organization Farm Credit Services of Missouri with headquarters in Jefferson City.


The organization changed its name to FCS Financial to expand its footprint in the ag credit market.

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Over $1.5 million given to local 4-H and FFA organizations

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