As COVID-19 continues to impact all of us, we continue to work with clients to support our agriculture sector in Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia Farm Loan Board remains committed to working with our existing clients through this crisis and welcomes inquiries from prospective clients who wish to learn about the difference Nova Scotia based financing can make.
With over 100 years of lending in the farm and fisheries sectors in Nova Scotia we have experienced many ups and downs in business and economic cycles. We have always stood by our clients – and this time is no different.
The health and safety of staff and clients always remains our top priority. Please note you can still reach your loan officer during normal business hours by contacting them through phone or email. You can also contact our main line at 902-893-6506 to have your call directed.
While our offices are reopening, if you wish to meet in person with a member of our lending team we ask that you call in advance to book a meeting to ensure available meeting space can be booked to provide for appropriate social distancing.
Bible Hill: Open
Kentville: Open by appointment only
Yarmouth: Open by appointment only
We understand what it takes to farm in Nova Scotia. Like generations of Nova Scotia farmers before, you know this land. You know what it takes to make it profitable - to make the most of what it can offer. You see more than soil and buildings; you see potential - and so do we. That's why for over 100 years we have been committed to supporting Nova Scotia farmers. Our clients aren't numbers or accounts – they're our friends, our neighbours and our family.
For over 100 years, The Nova Scotia Farm Loan Board been has providing valuable support to farmers in Nova Scotia. Our goal is to foster the development of sustainable agriculture and agri-rural businesses in Nova Scotia through responsible lending.
Applications will be considered from both existing producers and new prospective farmers for a variety of projects including, but not limited to farm acquisitions (i.e. farms as going concerns), land purchases, construction/improvement of buildings and rural agri-businesses development.