Ag New Mexico adds Perri Jennings to Clovis Branch Staff

December 1, 2013 • State News

CLOVIS—Ag New Mexico recently hired Perri Jennings as a loan closer in the cooperative’s Clovis branch office.
Jennings, who grew up on a New Mexico cow/calf and farming operation, has 30 years of experience in the agricultural industry. Most recently, she was lead program technician and New Mexico State MIDAS trainer for [auth] USDA’s Farm Service Agency in De Baca County. Early in her career, she was an audit and review specialist for Farm Credit Services in Wichita, Kan.
In addition, Jennings has served as controller for 4 Daughters Land & Cattle Company in Albuquerque. She and her husband also run a cow-calf operation in Quay County. Last year, she received the Farm Bureau honor for “Exceptional Service to Producers of De Baca County.”
Jennings attended New Mexico State University and Mesalands Community College, where she studied business administration and accounting.
Ag New Mexico is a customer-owned rural lending cooperative that finances agricultural production, agribusiness, rural land and country homes. Headquartered in Clovis, the co-op was founded in 1934 and has lending offices in Belen, Clovis and Las Cruces. It is a part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, the oldest and largest source of rural financing in the United States.

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