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Texas Farm Credit Reintroduces Robstown Office With Grand Opening

Farmer and young son working on the farm

“We talk alot about family here,” said chief executive officer Mark Miller. “Because this family is the engine that drives our passion and our growth. Without you, there would be no here, and we hope this remodel reflects an atmosphere where you’re represented well.”

It was laced with members in mind. Located at 545 South Hwy 77, Robstown, Texas on May 25th, Texas Farm Credit reintroduced their Robstown office with an open house displaying its values at every turn: faith, family, members, mission. The building emulated its lineage of relationships.

The Otahals, customer and photo contestants, with their winning image on display at the Robstown branch.

One of the best things about the office wall art is that the majority of it came from customer and employee photo contest submissions over the years,” said Texas Farm credit enterprise risk officer Amy West. 

From renovation contracts to opening day, the building involved the effort of many local businesses and vendors:

“A huge thanks goes to our Board of Directors and Senior Management for approving the remodel, and for the hard work the contractors, architects and managers put in,” said Robstown branch manager Jason Floyd. “This project was a labor of love.”

The event was brimming with laughter and good conversation. Customers and guests gathered for building tours, drinks, and food from Diamond Point Catering. Each guest also received a wooden Texas Farm Credit branded ice cream scoop just in time for summer.

Texas Farm Credit is an agricultural lending cooperative that provides competitive rates, flexible terms, and personal service to farmers, ranchers, rural residents, and agribusiness firms from the Red River to the Rio Grande Valley. Not only does Texas Farm Credit finance a wide range of farming and ranching operations, it also offers home and rural real estate mortgage loans, as well as provides a variety of insurance services to its members. Headquartered in Robstown, Texas, the lending co-op serves 100 Texas counties and is part of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of rural lending co-ops established in 1916. For more information, visit