Caleb Swears is an agricultural economics and agribusiness student from Brinkley, Arkansas.
Caleb Swears, a student at Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences State University, is one of 11 students in the state selected to receive an AgHeritage Farm Credit Services scholarship for 2021.
Jure, who is from Brinkley, received the $ 2,000 college scholarship. Graduated in agricultural economics and agro-industry, he is in the process of pre-law and plans to attend a law school.
Swears has served as an Ambassador for Bumpers College and Associate Senator for the Student Government and has been active with Alpha Gamma Rho, Collegiate Farm Bureau, Agriculture Future of America, Collegeiate 4-H, FFA Alumni, and the Lonoke County Farm Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee. Office. .
AgHeritage Farm Credit Services is a financial cooperative with approximately $ 1.82 billion in assets owned and managed as of December 31, 2020. The company provides credit and related services to more than 6,030 farmers, ranchers and producers or harvesters of aquatic products in 24 counties of Arkansas.
Branches are located in Batesville, Brinkley, Lonoke, McGehee, Newport, Pine Bluff, Pocahontas, Searcy and Stuttgart.
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