Agriculture Term Loans

Agriculture Term Loans

Agriculture Term Loans

Meet agricultural demands as they come up with a customized Agriculture Term Loan or Line of Credit from CBNWI. Stay on top of both one-time, short-term needs and seasonal, ongoing needs just the same, including working capital, livestock, equipment, vehicles, and more.

We work closely with your operation to ensure that rates and repayment terms are in line with what works for you. Plus, we're just around the corner, offering you quick decisions and answers to your questions as they arise.

Agriculture Term Loan Details

  • Competitive rates for a wide range of agriculture-related needs:
  • Working capital
  • Equipment
  • Livestock
  • Vehicles
  • And more
  • Accommodating terms custom-tailored to your operation's unique situation
  • Lenders with working knowledge of local agricultural standards
  • Local Northwest Wisconsin decision-making and processing
  • Helpful service from a staff that understands the industry and our customers

Get Started

To apply for an agricultural loan, please print and complete the Agricultural Financial Statement.


Agriculture Lines of Credit
  • Competitive rates for a wide range of seasonal or ongoing agricultural needs:
  • Inventory
  • Crop inputs
  • Feed purchases
  • Capitalize on trade discounts
  • Working capital
  • Equipment buying and selling
  • Equipment repairs
  • And more
  • Provides your operation greater financial flexibility
  • Funds may be borrowed up to a set limit
  • Repayment customized based on your operation's unique needs
  • Revolving credit – as principal is repaid, more becomes available for use
  • Only pay interest on the part that's used*
  • Lenders with working knowledge of local agricultural standards
  • Local Northwest Wisconsin decision-making and processing
  • Helpful service from a staff that understands our customers and the industry equally

Get Started

To apply for an agricultural loan, please print and complete the Agricultural Financial Statement.

*Consult a tax advisor.