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COVID-19 Updates

We’re continuing to serve you

Amid concerns of the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is taking precautions to ensure the health and safety of our member-borrowers and our team members. We are closely monitoring the latest reports from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and have plans to minimize disruption as we remain committed to serving clients effectively and safely.

  • Our team members will work remotely to serve new and existing clients
  • Rest assured our team is committed to supporting your financial needs during this time
  • We continue to monitor the situation and recommendations of the state and government agencies in determining the best time to reopen our office location
Our Commitment to You

We understand the coronavirus outbreak may bring challenges. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is strongly committed to working with you through the challenges you face.

Please reach out to our Lending Team or contact us at 855-GoRural (467-8725) to discuss your options.

Online Resources

Given temporary office closures, we encourage our current members to utilize our online resources and phone services to conduct business.

You may contact us at 855-GoRural (467-8725) during normal business hours (M-F/8AM-5PM)

AccountAccess: Connect with your accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With AccountAccess you can view your accounts, check your transaction history and make payments.

If you need assistance logging into or using our digital tools, give us a call at 855-GoRural (467-8725)

Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

The SBA began accepting forgiveness applications August 10, 2020. If you have a current SBA PPP loan through Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, please contact us at (855) 457-8725 or CustomerServiceNWF@FarmCredit-FL.com for more information. 

Additional Resources

USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue announced the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, which will provide $16 billion in direct support to American farmers related to the pandemic. To learn more about the program and other USDA assistance, visit the resource below. 

USDA Program Flexibilities and Other Assistance

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