NFN has a successful campaign in the Nebraska Panhandle!

      Sunset over Scotts Bluff National Monument


It was critical to us that Nebraska Farmers Network ownership extend into Nebraska’s Panhandle. We needed the panhandle’s help to make our endeavor a success.  And boy, did we ever get it! In the 11 counties that comprise the Nebraska Panhandle, NFN attracted 50 new founding members. We’ll remain here for one more week, from the 18th to the 22nd of December.  


           Agate Fossil Beds National Monument


We’ve been blessed with beautiful weather in Scotts Bluff, Sidney, Chadron, Alliance, Bridgeport, Broadwater, Hay Springs, Kimball, and everywhere in between for the past three weeks. In an effort to maintain Nebraska land in Nebraskan hands both now and in the future, we would like to express our gratitude to all of the wonderful families we have met and extend a warm welcome to them into our exclusive private network of farmers and ranchers here in Nebraska.  These most recent members have already provided our company with a wealth of guidance and support!



We are also thrilled to report that all funds raised in the panhandle and Western Nebraska will remain in the panhandle and Western Nebraska. Platte Valley Bank has teamed with NFN and will serve as our depository bank in this region of Nebraska. Any off-market land deals in this region that Nebraska Farmers Network closes on will be deployed from this account, ultimately regenerating the economy regionally.


-Gabe Sanchez                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    President NFN                                                                                                                                                                                    

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