First South Farm Credit Contributes $5,000 To Continue Support for Sweet Grown Alabama

First South Farm Credit Contributes $5,000 To Continue Support for Sweet Grown Alabama

MONTGOMERY, Ala.- First South Farm Credit has continued its financial support of Sweet Grown Alabama with a $5,000 supporter sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

“First South Farm Credit is proud to be one of the Founding Members of Sweet Grown Alabama and we are excited about the progress they have made,” said First South Farm Credit Division President Mike Pigg. “We believe in the value that Sweet Grown Alabama brings to the farmers and related ag markets in our state and are pleased to continue our support of their efforts.”

As a non-profit, Sweet Grown Alabama relies heavily on financial support from dedicated companies like First South Farm Credit to fund marketing campaigns, host events and provide sales opportunities to Alabama farmers. 

"First South Farm Credit has been a valuable partner of Sweet Grown Alabama since the program began," said Sweet Grown Alabama Director Ellie Watson. "We are grateful for their continued support of the program and farmers across the entire state of Alabama." 

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About Sweet Grown Alabama:

Sweet Grown Alabama is a non-profit foundation that connects consumers to locally grown products. Participating members display the Sweet Grown Alabama logo. To learn more, visit


About First South Farm Credit: 

For over 100 years, First South Farm Credit has been providing financial options as part of the National Farm Credit System. First South is a financial cooperative, which means they are owned by customers just like you. When borrowing from First South, you become a stockholder and a member. Our members have the benefit of voting in the election of our Board of Directors and may be eligible to share in our profits through patronage refunds. To learn more,