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AMARILLO, Texas – Plains Land Bank has good news for its stockholders. It will distribute a record $9.2 million in cash patronage to its stockholders in April.

The rural lending cooperative declared the patronage distribution based on its strong financial results in 2021.

“For our Association and our stockholders, 2021 presented a lot of challenges, but none that we couldn’t overcome” said Kay Lynn McLaughlin, Plains Land Bank chief executive officer. “We are pleased to be able to return a portion of last year’s earnings to our stockholders, particularly during this era of uncertainty. Our focus is our stockholder’s success and well-being and seeing them through these challenging times.”

As a cooperative, Plains Land Bank is owned by its stockholders — farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, rural homeowners and landowners. When the co-op does well, it retains only enough income each year to cover operating expenses. The surplus is returned to stockholders as patronage, which effectively reduces their interest rate along with their cost of borrowing.

Plains Land Bank provides mortgage financing for agricultural producers and rural property owners. Part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, the Amarillo-based lending cooperative has branch offices in Amarillo, Pampa, Perryton and Plainview.

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