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KAM Farms

“The bench at First Bank of Berne is deeper than just two people, and from the top down, everyone at the bank has our best interest at heart.”

Planting Seeds for Expansion

What originally started as a small family farm has quickly expanded in size to include a growing seed company. Being 3rd generation farmers and 1st generation seed dealers, the Scott family - owners of KAM Farms - have always believed in the importance of working with a bank that can provide them with sound advice and help them see continued growth in their operations.

Understanding the Needs of Agriculture

“We believe that working with the ag lending team at First Bank of Berne has been instrumental in the resulting success of our farm and seed operation. Over the years, we have relied on them for trusted business and financial advice. Whether we are turning to our Agribusiness banker or the President of the bank for guidance, there’s always someone there to help. To us, it’s reassuring knowing that there is a deep bench of lenders that understand ag and the future of ag.” – Kennie Scott

Good People. Good Lending.

“One thing First Bank of Berne has consistently done a good job of is investing in the right people. They’ve recognized good lenders and good people – and have continued to add valuable people to their team. The saying goes, “You’re only as successful as the people you have helping you get there” and we are proud to have partners like First Bank of Berne who have truly believed in us and want to see our next generation succeed as much as we do.” – Kevin Scott

Ag Lender: Nathan Liechty
First Bank of Berne Branch Location: Berne, IN
To view our full list of Ag Lenders, click here.

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"Our long-term vision as we grow and add units is to keep the First Bank of Berne as a part of that growth and partnership."
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"We believe working with a local bank who understands agriculture, and believes in who we are, is an important part of the sustainability of a family farm." Read More