11-13-13 Inside the Colorado Agriculture Development Authority w/Jim Rubingh: Beginning Farmer Loans & MORE…

CADA-Colorado Agriculture Development Authority header(BARN Media – Briggsdale, CO) November 13th, 2013 –  The Colorado Agricultural Development Authority (CADA) is an independent public body established by statute in 1981. Its mission is to encourage the investment of private capital in the agricultural sector through the use of public financing for the purpose of making low-interest loans available to agricultural producers for specified uses. CADA is governed by seven board members: three appointed by the President of the State Senate, three by the Speaker of the House, and one by the Governor. The Commissioner of Agriculture also serves on the Board as a non-voting member. Joining the CoAgNews Network inside the BARN is Jim Rubingh, Director of the Colorado Ag Development Authoriity discussing several topics including:

– History of the Colorado Agriculture Development Authority & Mission
– Who oversees the CADA Program
– CADA Programs & How they work
– CADA/Beginning Farmer Loan Terms, Conditions, Interest Rates & Fees
– CADA / Beginning Farmer Loan Steps to obtain a CADA/Beginning Farmer Loan
– CADA/Beginning Farmer Loan Restrictions
– CADA/Beginning Farmer Loan Application & Contact Information

To listen to the interview with CADA’s Director Jim Rubingh, click the audio mp3 link below…

– 111313_InsideCADA-Rubingh_11m27s

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