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August 2016

Regardless of how the Presidential election goes, it is a safe bet that the Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare, as it is sometimes called, will be here at least one more year.
Depending on how the election bounces, it could go on for years. Read More

Idaho Growers Expect Record Beet Yield, High-Quality Spuds
Idaho growers anticipate digging another record-yielding sugar beet crop and potatoes with excellent quality, thanks to ideal weather during the critical points of this growing season. Read More

We have a new lender!

Please help me in welcoming our newest lender, Nathan Dilday.
First Financial Bank is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Nathan Dilday from Farm Inspector of the Poultry Lending Division to Loan Officer of the Farm and Ranch Lending Division.

U.S. Milk Production Increases
According to U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) July Milk Production report, U.S. milk production was up 250 million pounds (1.4 percent) to 17.9 billion pounds compared with the prior year. Read More


Soybeans were first cultivated in northern China and from there spread to Japan, Korea and the rest of SE Asia.

One acre of soybeans can produce 82,368 crayons.

Soy ink is used in over 95 percent of America's daily newspapers that circulate more than fifteen hundred copies per run.
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