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Stay informed and up-to-date with the latest news and events from FCS Financial. As Missouri’s rural finance experts, we provide insights to Missouri’s agricultural industry and rural living tips.

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Get to Know: Danny & Hannah Kiehl

November 29, 2017 | Categories: HeartBeat Magazine

Danny & Hannah Kiehl are employed with Harrisonville-based Roth Farms, owned by Hannah’s uncle, Doug Roth. Roth Farms includes 6,000 acres of row crops as well as grain merchandising and irrigation businesses. While Danny’s responsibilities include working with the operation’s row crops and hauling grain, Hannah primarily works in office management at the grain elevator. 

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Get to Know: Ben & Jenny Bradley

November 27, 2017 | Categories: HeartBeat Magazine
Ben & Jenny Bradley

Ben and Jenny Bradley, along with their 4-year-old son Pete, operate a small family farm in Knox County in northeast Missouri. Together with Ben’s family, the operation includes about 900 acres of row crops and a beef cow-calf operation. Jenny also raises sheep with her family, who live near Novelty. 

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New Internship Program Grows Out of Partnership

November 22, 2017 | Categories: HeartBeat Magazine

About a year ago, MU Extension invited the leadership of FCS Financial, an agricultural and rural financial institution, to attend a Missouri 4-H Youth Futures conference. As a result of the experience at the conference, FCS Financial reach out to Latino students to become part of the established college internship program.

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Office Closings During Holiday Season

November 21, 2017 | Categories: HeartBeat Magazine

As we enter the busy holiday season, we just want to remind everyone of our office closures in observance of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Connecting the Dots – Heartbeat Member Feature

November 21, 2017 | Categories: HeartBeat Magazine

With a new Farm Bill on the horizon, the Bradleys and Kiehls want to be sure legislators connect the dots between the state’s farmers and the issues that are important to their bottom line. These two young farm couples joined more than 600 other Farm Credit leaders from across the U.S. who traveled to Washington, D.C., in late July to meet with lawmakers and encourage a timely passage of the Farm Bill.

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