Next generation finance
We’ve been providing specialist finance for farmers for over 85 years, delivering funding built around your individual needs.
You can arrange flexible short and long-term loans with no annual reviews*, so you’re free to get on with the business of farming. Use our loan calculator to work out how much you could borrow.
Investing in your farm's future
Our Standard Loan is designed specifically to help your farm or rural business with its consolidation, diversification or growth plans, and to help you make the most of opportunities when they crop up. You can:
- borrow from £25,001 upwards for between 5 and 30 years
- choose either fixed or variable** interest rates with
- interest only or repayment options repaid monthly, quarterly or half yearly on dates which suit the cash flow of your business
Find out how much you could borrow and vary the term with our loan calculator.
We can lend the amount you need for up to 60% of the value of the property or land you use as security.
Our Standard Loan can also be passed to the next generation so should anything happen to you, it won’t need repaying right away. And with no annual reviews, you’re free to get on with what you do best.*
With you whatever the weather
Whether you wish to ease your cash flow or restructure debt, our five-year Flexible Facility allows you to borrow £30,000+ and pay back at a rate that suits your cash flow. Simply pay more when you have the funds and less when you don’t. You can also draw down your funds when you need them, rain or shine.
Call us now on 01264 334747† to find out how AMC can help support your plans or complete our enquiry form.
Applying for a loan
View details of the application process and the documents you will need, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
How to apply
* Subject to AMC credit criteria and your obligations to AMC continuing to be met.
** There is always a possibility that interest rates may go down leaving a fixed rate loan at a higher level compared to a variable rate loan. However, if interest rates rise, a fixed rate loan will remain at the same rate.