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Farm - Ranch


Founded in Ag Lending and Honoring our Roots

Since 1908 agriculture loans have been a vital part of our business. Our ag loan officers have over 100 years of combined production experience. We know what it is like to be unsure of what Mother Nature will bring or how the markets will move. We also understand the importance of supporting our customers through good times and bad. With all of the risk in today's agriculture, you can rest assured that High Plains Bank is a rock solid partner in your farm or ranch business.

Agricultural Loans that Fit Your Needs

High Plains Bank is offering a low 3.95% interest rate for loans collateralized by ag equipment. You may use this loan to purchase new or used agriculture-related equipment or to refinance an existing equipment loan from another institution.*

In addition, we'd love to talk to you about:
  • Annual operating loans

  • Land acquisition loans

  • Cattle loans

  • Beginning Farmer / Rancher loans through FSA and CADA

*The interest rate is effective 3/29/2022 and is subject to change at any time. Borrowers are subject to underwriting agreements and credit approval. Loan to Value up to 80% and up to a five (5) year term. Fees may vary. 

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"Our ag lending team is ready to assist you with all aspects of running and managing your farm or ranch business. The ag lending team at High Plains Bank has first-hand knowledge and understands all aspects of agricultural production. We offer fixed rate operating lines, equipment loans, and real estate loans. Our ability to think outside of the box allows us to find custom solutions for our customers.” 

Jake Allacher
Flagler Market President

















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Klinton

"We had a quick, painless transfer of accounts, without any in-person contact. Friendly, helpful service, very professional. It makes a guy feel at ease knowing a bank stands behind an ag and cattle community."

Klinton Kramer
Kramer Kustom Hay

Whether it’s buying livestock from customers’ children, supporting the  the National FFA Organization and 4H at local schools, being an active member of the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers, or sponsoring county fairs from Boulder to Kit Carson counties, the bank is deeply invested in the rich agricultural transitions that built and continue to sustain our country. This support is simply part of living up to what it means to be a community driven bank and making decisions that support each branch location, as well as the surrounding towns.