Spring Seed Savings This Fall

Oct 25, 2023


Seed financing now available for 2024 seed purchases..
Growers can save money on seed purchases with pre-pay options from Federated. “The CFA [financing] option is our best offer for 2024 seed,” said Kevin Carlson, Federated’s agronomy sales manager. And it’s a “very competitive offering,” he added.
 
The CFA interest rate is an adjustable 6.5%, and with that financing in place, growers can purchase their seed with their cash (not credit cards) and receive a full 8% discount on seed for the upcoming growing season.
 
The full cash discount of 8% is available until Jan. 31, 2024, but growers must apply for financing by Dec. 31, 2023. Carlson noted that many place have much earlier cash discount deadlines, and this opportunity to push purchases into 2024, if desired, gives growers the opportunity to expense their seed in the year of their choice (2023 or 2024). “Federated’s strong financial situation enables to this opportunity,” said Carlson.
 
CFA financing is available for any seed, fertilizer, chemical, service, propane, or bulk petroleum product for farm use purchased through Federated. (More details to come on products other than seed in a later Agronomy Update.)
 
Other financial partners are also in the mix at Federated, but the full cash discount in not available except through CFA financing.
 
Follow these links for info on other financing options. Seed orders should be the next thing on your list once harvest is complete. Talk to your Federated Agronomist and get seed orders – even tentative ones – recorded now to help Federated secure the seed products you need for next spring.
 

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