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Farm Bureau Bank, a subsidiary of FB BanCorp, is the bank of choice for Farm Bureau members, and it offers great products and service at competitive rates for “folks who want to do their banking without leaving the farm.” With over $600 million in assets, Farm Bureau Bank offers FDIC insured deposit accounts, car and truck loans, residential mortgages, credit cards, and more.

The Farm Bureau itself was created in 1919 as a way to represent farm and ranch families. Today, the Bureau has grown into an international organization, although it still represents its members down to the local and county level. The Farm Bureau speaks out on any and all issues that concern farmers. In 1998, FB BanCorp was formed, and in 1999 Farmers Bureau Bank opened.

Farm Bureau Bank offers a comprehensive assortment of financial products, from traditional savings and checking accounts to CDs, money market accounts, and IRAs. Additionally, the bank offers auto loans and home mortgages. As a mortgage lender, Farm Bureau offers consumers conventional & jumbo loans, and VA products, and the USDA rural development loan. There are also special options available for refinancing a mortgage, including cash out refinances.

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