We are excited to host this virtual conference on Tuesday, January 26 from 12:00 - 2:30 PM. We have invited Eric Snodgrass and Dr. David Kohl to present "Weather and Economics Unplugged". Reserve a spot by using our online registration or call 800-657-5826. Learn more about AgriVisions 2021.
Agriculture is like no other. It takes hard work and discipline to succeed, but there is no other business you would rather be in. At First Dakota National Bank, we understand that. Agriculture has been in our blood since we first opened our doors in 1872. And through every growing season since, we've been helping farmers and ranchers thrive in this unpredictable industry. It's that kind of commitment to Ag that has made us one of the largest Ag Lenders in the nation. Trust your Ag and Agri-Business banking needs to First Dakota National Bank.
First Dakota believes in you and the 3 C's of Agricultural lending. We work hard with you to be Conservative during good times, Courageous during tough times, and Consistent all the time. We offer all the traditional Ag lending products. Let our products and services help you stay focused on your future dreams.
In March 1999, we became the first Preferred Lender in the country with Farm Service Agency. An accomplishment we are very excited about.
Dakota MAC was developed in 1993 by First Dakota to provide long-term ag real estate loans at competitive interest rates and terms. Our lending options are focused directly on you and your operation's needs. We knew in 1993, and still know now, how difficult it is to operate in 3 - 5 year short-term notes. Our long-term interest rates are some of the most competitive in the market.
All farms and ranches grow and evolve over time. Our Keep Farmers Farming Legacy Consultants will work with you, as a facilitator, with no hidden agenda to sell you something. Our single focus is to help you maximize the success of your operation, whether that be by legacy planning, strategic planning, best business practices, marketing or more. Together we can Keep Farmers Farming!
The key objective of the AgriVisions Beginning Farmer Program is to educate and provide leadership to expand the opportunities available in Agriculture. By taking part in our program you will learn new skills, make new friends, and yes, get your brain jump started. This program is a great way to expand your knowledge of the Ag industry, capital, break-evens, marketing, and financing. You will also grow a stronger appreciation and understanding of the resources in Agriculture. Along with enhance your self-confidence, personal development, responsibility and leadership skills. Our next Beginning Farmer Program will begin in January of 2021.
Contact our bankers if you need a business partner who is committed to your farming goals. Or come into one of our locations today!
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Farm Banking Services
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Our Ag Banking Team
We’re here to help build your farm and ranch dreams. Meet our ag banking team, and reach out to us anytime.
Read testimonials of farming and agriculture banking customers who are building their operational business with our help.
AgriVisions Knowledge Center
Latest Ag information from Dr. David Kohl and SDSU
Learn about our Agricultural banking services. Our services are focused on your farm/ranch and dreams. Choose the services that fit your needs.
Keep Farmers Farming
At First Dakota National Bank, we Keep Farmers Farming with strategic and legacy planning options.
Ag Deposits and Investments
Let us help you reach your farming goals. Read about how First Dakota is committed to keeping farmers farming through our Keep Farmers Farming program.
Ag Cash Management
What can we do to help your farm? Find ag cash management and merchant service options to help streamline your financial workflow.
Choose a local bank who supports your dreams. Since 1872, we’ve prided ourselves on offering you the hometown touch, complete with unparalleled customer service. Open an account for your dreams with First Dakota National Bank.