Farmers Bank

Proudly Serving Sumner and Robertson Counties Since 1912


The Power of a Good Policy

September 18th, 2018

The Power of Good Policy For those who feared that partisanship and politics always trumps policy in Washington, I have good news! Thanks to the power of grassroots advocacy and the support of pro-community bank elected officials, including Lamar Alexander, Bob Corker, Marsha Blackburn and Diane Black, Washington has approved much-needed financial reforms. The landmark […]

The Farmers Bank and ICBA Offer Tips to Help Prepare for Natural Disasters

September 4th, 2018

The Farmers Bank and ICBA Offer Tips To Help Prepare for Natural Disasters Washington, D.C. (Sept. 1, 2018)—Hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires can destroy property and wreak financial havoc on families and communities. During September, which is National Preparedness Month, The Farmers Bank and the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) remind consumers that they can help alleviate financial […]

Saving Money While Dining Out

August 21st, 2018

Saving Money While Dining Out It’s hard to believe that Labor Day is just around the corner. Life is speeding by so fast it makes your head swim. It was just Easter, then here comes Labor Day and next week it will be Christmas. Well, not really but it feels that way. Life is moving […]

College: A Freshman’s Survival Guide

August 13th, 2018

College: A Freshman’s Survival Guide Hasn’t this summer just flown by?!? A couple of months ago, you graduated from high school. You were “Big Man (or Woman) on Campus.” All the lower classmen looked up to you, wishing they were walking in your shoes (you did it, too!), getting out of this town and going […]

Millennial Homebuyers

August 7th, 2018

Millennial Homebuyers I say let’s just blame it all on those millennials!!! Oops, did I say that out loud? Well, maybe since I was thinking it, it’s not any more sinful to say it in print. On the other hand, should this young generation take the blame for everything? They are different from the preceding […]

Funding Rural America’s Farmers

July 31st, 2018

  Funding Rural America’s Farmers “Rural America” broadly describes the fields, forests, mountains, deserts, plains and prairies that comprise nearly 97 percent of the American land area and one-fifth of its populace, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. It’s also home to the American farmers and ranchers who are so essential to […]

Grocery Shopping: A Survival Guide

July 24th, 2018

Grocery Shopping: A Survival Guide After being married for almost 50 years, I have a confession to make. No, I have not murdered anyone, stolen any cars (at least not since I “borrowed” my sister’s car some 51 years ago and proceeded to wreck it!) or have I ever, ever stuffed things under the bed […]

Detecting and Reporting Elderly Abuse

July 17th, 2018

Detecting and Reporting Elderly Abuse Reportedly, there are over 60 million  Americans age 62 or older. Unfortunately, there is an article in the newspaper almost every day about some senior citizen who has fallen victim to a scam or in some other way has been fleeced out of a good part of their savings. Recently the […]

ICBA and The Farmers Bank Offer Travel Safety Tips

July 10th, 2018

ICBA and The Farmers Bank Offer Travel Safety Tips Washington, D.C. (July 10, 2018)—Whether your travels take you across the globe or across state lines, The Farmers Bank and the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) remind consumers to plan carefully to keep their money safe and summer vacations on track. “Most financial experts advise limiting the […]

Viva La Independence

July 3rd, 2018

Viva La Independence As we celebrate our nation’s birth this Fourth of July, I’m proud to represent our country’s independent spirit as a community banker, contributing to our nation’s economic well-being through service to our customers and communities. At The Farmers Bank it’s the relationship, not the transaction, that governs our practices and interactions with customers and […]