Mark Wilcox elected to Farm Credit Board of Directors

Mark Wilcox of Greenbrier has been elected to the Farm Credit of Western Arkansas Board of Directors for a four-year term.

Wilcox and his wife Lisa are full-time farmers with a cattle and hay operation in Faulkner County. He attended Pulaski County Technical College, has farmed for 34 years and served seven years as the Arkansas State Land Commissioner.

Wilcox is a current Faulkner County Farm Bureau board member and is a past president of the Faulkner County Cattlemen’s Association.

Farm Credit of Western Arkansas is an Agricultural Credit Association serving 41 counties in western Arkansas with 20 branch locations. 5,100 farmers, ranchers, rural home-owners and agribusinesses translate into a loan volume of more than $946 million for the association.

Farm Credit’s mission to enrich rural life translates into stronger farms, agricultural businesses, and rural communities in western Arkansas.


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