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The Association distributed over $6.8 million in patronage refunds to members during the quarter. Yankee’s overall level of capital remains strong. The Association, like many businesses, has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and we encourage users to read our first quarter shareholder reports...

The focus of our business will remain providing you with consistent access to the credit you need while also supporting you with business services including consulting, tax preparation, payroll, recordkeeping, crop insurance and appraisal.Our cooperative is working for you, our members, during this unprecedented time.  

Williston, Vermont (March 26, 2020) Yankee Farm Credit today distributed $6.8 million to its members who borrowed from the cooperative. This distribution represents approximately 52% of Yankee’s 2019 net income of $13.2 million.

Yankee Farm Credit Reports Full-Year Financial Results for 2019
Net Earnings of $13.165 Million, Capital Remains Strong
2019 Patronage Payments to Customers Total $6.803 Million

There are many great business reasons to do a budget. From tracking spending to facilitating discussion. If we think of a budget as a road map, we know that real-life driving has unforeseen conditions not on the map. For example, there may be road construction, an accident, or even inclement weather. In such a case, you have to find another way to go. The same can be said for a budget. The estimates and calculations are based on assumptions made at the time the budget is created. These can change, and accordingly, you’d need to make new plans for the budget...

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