Every year I help dairy farmers just like you find tens of thousands of dollars in savings. I even focus exclusively on ways to help dairy producers manage their dairy farm loans and deal more effectively with lenders, including proven methods for cutting through all the red tape that gets between you and your dairy lender. Hopefully, you find the information / advice helpful in your dairy farm business.
If you feel like your lender is being exceptionally tough on you, you’re not alone. Extreme lender responses are the norm today as the dairy industry weathers tough times. Despite these responses, it is important that as a dairy producer you continue to move forward in a positive manner. LEARN MORE
The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) for banks is causing big trouble for many dairy producers looking to renew their credit lines. Regardless of an operation’s stable or even increasing profits, many banks using TARP are raising interest rates and implementing other unfavorable terms. LEARN MORE
Dairy producers wondering how they can position themselves for a better future and avoid cash flow problems that plagued the industry in 2009 are right to be thinking ahead. One of the best ways to position themselves for success is to develop a detailed plan for their business and include their lender in it. LEARN MORE
A solid relationship with its lender is critical to the success of any dairy operation. Maintaining this relationship means demonstrating the value of an operation by showing operation improvements and providing a clearly defined plan that includes sound cash flow projections. LEARN MORE
If you need assistance regarding dairy farm loans and dairy industry, please feel free to contact John or check this website for many useful contents and tools for your ongoing business evaluation. John can also be reached at (209) 988 - 8960.
John Ellsworth of Success Strategies wishes you the best of success!
John Ellsworth of Success Strategies offers financial consulting to dairy and farming enterprises across the U.S. If you need help with your dairy farm business, complete the short form below and John will give you a direct response.