As the 2022 harvest is upon us, clients may want to note the following items.
Alberta’s cattle producers have faced several challenges in recent years, including last year’s dry conditions, which resulted in scarce pasture and winter feed.
Wild boar at large are one of the most damaging invasive species in the world and they can wreak havoc on fields, pastures, wetlands, and natural areas in a short period.
Filing your harvested production report (HPR) online is easy and saves time so we can keep you moving forward.
Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) and Olds College have created a formal partnership, which will drive innovation, provide technical solutions, and training opportunities for the As ...
It’s summertime in Alberta, and with the season comes an increased potential of volatile storm activity. Depending on your insurance coverage with Agriculture Financial Services Corporation you ...
Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) has upgraded our lending system to better serve our clients.
With moisture conditions ranging from north to south, many producers are wondering how to protect their investment and their farming operation.
A cool, wet spring has created seeding delays in many areas of northern Alberta. It is estimated that producers in the area are collectively over 1.2 million acres behind normal progress. As a for ...
April 12, 2022 - New Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) board members will help support rural Alberta’s economic recovery and growth.