A farm credit program in California is paying out more than $20 million to women in farming, including some who have been farming for years, to help them save money.
Farm Credit is a joint program of the Farm Bureau, the California Department of Food and Agriculture, the State Farm Bureau and the California Farm Bureau.
The Farm Credit program allows women to receive up to $20 for every $1 spent on their farm and help them maintain a balance on their credit.
“Women in agriculture can leverage their hard-earned money to buy and save for a better future,” said Lisa Smith, Director of the California Agriculture Credit Program.
“They have the power to save more and better for their families.
With this farm credit credit program, they can now do just that.”
The program has helped thousands of women in agriculture to save up to a third of their annual income, Smith said.
They can do so by working with farmers to improve the farm and improve their credit scores.
Under the program, women can receive a credit based on their farming skills and their farm size.
They also get $20 to spend on other farm-related items, such as building, decorating and maintaining equipment.
In addition, the program allows a $5,000 monthly payment to be made to the farm to help offset the costs of rent and utilities.
The program will continue to expand over the next several years and will be available to women who are farming for more than a year, Smith added.