Poultry Farm Financing

From chicken barn construction to contract grower expertise, we understand your financing needs.

 
If you plan to contract with Lincoln Premium Poultry, it pays to finance with us.

More than any other lender, we can design and service financing arrangements that meet the specific needs of poultry farmers. This includes individual and family operations, business entities and investor groups.

Our loan and lease options for chicken barns come with attractive rates and flexible terms. And if you’re a Nebraska or Iowa producer considering working with Lincoln Premium Poultry out of Fremont, Nebraska, we are familiar with their business plan for Costco’s chicken processing plant. Discover the advantages of financing with Farm Credit Services of America.

Key Benefits

Customized Loans or Leases

We offer loan terms up to 15 years with 85% loan to value. You can use equity in other collateral — possibly eliminating or reducing your down payment. We also offer 10- and 12-year leases to help with tax and succession planning, cash flow and working capital.*

Flexible Pricing Options

We offer attractive, market-based rates, including variable and long-term fixed rates for your chicken barns.

Quick Appraisals

We have a dedicated staff of appraisers who know how to quickly and accurately value poultry contract production facilities and equipment.

Contract Grower Expertise

We are the leading lender for contract operations in our market and are familiar with Lincoln Premium Poultry’s business plan for Costco’s chicken processing plant in Fremont, Nebraska.

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*Financing subject to approval.

"When we were getting our turkey buildings, they walked us through the whole process and stayed with us."

Nicole & Chris

Grain & Livestock Producers, Iowa

Nicole & Chris

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FCSAmerica serves farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses and rural residents in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. For inquiries outside this geography, use the Farm Credit Association Locator  to contact your local office.