Landmark Cleve offers finance options for every farmer

Here to help: Landmark offers seasonal finance to help support businesses with crop inputs, as well as livestock. Photo: Shutterstock
Here to help: Landmark offers seasonal finance to help support businesses with crop inputs, as well as livestock. Photo: Shutterstock

Finding a farmer’s finance or rural finance partner that understands your specific needs, and that you can trust, is vital.

Landmark has a history of more than 200 years of supporting farmers with a whole range of products, services and finance.

Landmark’s Rural Finance manager of South Australia, John Bullen says the business offers seasonal finance to help support businesses with crop inputs, as well as livestock.

“The opportunity to use Landmark’s working capital to purchase livestock and to put on surplus feed in the paddock is invaluable,” John said.

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“On the other side of the equation, we also have two deposit type products, one of which is a very high earn on deposits of four per cent and the other which is a June 30 prepay product, which enables them to pay next years costs.”

“Our uptake of the products had increased on both sides, in the last two or three years we've had people going from using Landmark’s capital to trade livestock to actually using our deposit type products, so there's a combination of supporting clients in tough years, but also simply as an alternate finance partner, above and beyond what the banks might do, often with greater flexibility.”

“Our staff come from rural/farming backgrounds and are committed to our clients.”

For more information speak to your local Landmark team.