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IRST FARMBANK is a financial partner that understands the unique needs of Colorado’s farmers and ranchers. Their dedicated team of agricultural bankers are committed to providing tailored financial solutions that align with the specific needs of your operation. Whether you are looking to expand, invest in new equipment, or are navigating market fluctuations, they are here to support your success.

Originating within the agricultural community in Northern Colorado in 2007, First FarmBank was founded upon a local, community-focused promise. Since then, First FarmBank has expanded throughout Eastern Colorado and even Kansas, building strong, one-on-one client relationships.

What sets First FarmBank apart from other banks is its unwavering commitment to providing prompt and friendly service to its clients. The bank’s staff is highly knowledgeable and always goes the extra mile to ensure that clients can achieve their financial objectives. “We want everyone in our communities to know that we are a full-service bank with a teller line that is open to do business with folks from any area, and we are committed to supporting our employees, our communities, and our customers for years and years to come,” said President Tony Miller.

“We are the community — we shop where you shop, go to school where you do, and buy the products that you’re buying,” said James Pisaturo, CFO. “When you bank with us, you’re allowing us to serve these communities and build our streets.”

Experience the difference of banking with a partner who understands the intricacies of agriculture by reaching out over phone, online, or at any of their locations. First FarmBank is a Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.


First FarmBank

FIRST FARMBANK 

127 22nd Street 
Greeley, CO 80631 
970.346.7900 

2939 65th Avenue 
Greeley, CO 80634 
970.346.7900 

931 West Main Street 
Sterling, CO 80751 
970.522.2444 

501 East 8th Ave 
Yuma, CO 80759 
970-848-2779 

27258 US Highway 287 
Springfield, CO 81073 
719.361.8700 

firstfarmbank.com

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