Membership

Credit Exchange Groups

Our credit exchange groups promote and encourage the exchange of factual and historical credit experience information for the sole purpose of extending credit. Educational sessions typically precede or follow the meeitng.  To learn more about our groups contact Maggie Bessenbacher.

 

Bio-Fuels Credit Exchange Group

The focus of our bio-fuels credit exchange group are in the retail, wholesale and general distribution within the bio fuels industry. Members must be a manufacturer, dealer, distributor or a business dealing in the ethanol and/or bio diesel industry approved by the membership. 

Meetings are held the first Wednesday of February and October with a late spring meeting. 

 

Construction Credit Exchange Group

The members of the construction group are major manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of Construction products, services and financing which have substantial local and regional distribution, serving common customers.

Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of every month.

 

The Grain Feed & Livestock Credit Exchange Group

The purpose of this group is be to promote and encourage the exchange of ideas of mutual benefit, collect and compile credit experience information for distribution to members, and discuss timely subjects of interest to the Agriculture/Animal Health Industry specifically in the areas of Grain, Feed, (includes sales to feedlot yards) and other agricultural / animal health products sold to those industries including the Livestock industry (including dairy cattle, poultry and other livestock as needed).  Members must have sales to Farm/Agriculture/ Animal Health customers.

Meetings are held the first Wednesday of February and October.

 

Heartland Ag Business Exchange Group

To qualify for membership in the group, a company must meet the guidelines for membership established by the board of directors.  Companies must be engaged in the manufacture, processing or distribution of agricultural chemical and fertilizer products or products which are basic to the agricultural industry.  Companies must also be involved in national or regional wholesale distribution of these products with a substantial number of accounts, common customers, and annual sales dollars comparable to the majority of other members.

Meetings are held the first Wednesday of February and October.

 

Heartland Steel Credit Exchange Group

The members of the Heartland Steel Credit Exchange Group are major distributors and manufacturers of steel or metal which have substantial local, regional & national distribution, serving common customers. The group was formed to cover inquires west of the Mississippi, although the members of this group also cover some inquiries in Illinois and Wisconsin.  

Meetings are held the third Monday of February, May, August and November.

 

Manufacturers Animal Health Exchange (MAX) Group   

The member company for the MAX group must be a manufacturer of animal health products. 

Meeting are held in April and October.

 

National Ag Retail (NAR) Credit Exchange

The members of this group must have sales to farms and agriculture companies. 

Meetings are typically held regionally throughout the Midwest. 

 

Turf Ornamental Golf & Seed National Credit Exchange Group

To qualify for membership in the group, a company must be engaged in the manufacture or processing of agricultural products or other products which are sold to turf accounts, garden centers, golf courses, pro shops or any other related industry with the same customer base.  The company must be involved in national or regional wholesale distribution of these products.

Meetings are held the first Wednesday of February and October.

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