There is no end of metaphors about the risk and volatility in the Canadian agricultural industry. Farmers and agricultural producers must manage dramatic variability in weather, made worse than ever by our changing climate. On top of that, livelihoods are wagered yearly on commodity markets for grain, livestock and fertilizer. It’s no surprise that debt issues have never been greater, and collecting agricultural debt has never been more challenging for farmers and companies that sell farm equipment, chemicals, fertilizer, grain bins, veterinary supplies and other agricultural products.
At MetCredit, we built our business in the heart of Canada’s breadbasket. We have helped clients Canada-wide to collect agricultural industry debt for more than four decades through drought, floods and unprecedented crises in the grain and livestock markets. As a result, we’re tremendously adept at succeeding at agricultural collections, even when the money seems to have turned to dust.
Regardless of the economic and environmental climate, cash flow is critical to the growth, prosperity and successful day-to-day operation of the businesses that rely on agricultural producers. Income may go up or down, but you’ve always got overhead to cover, payroll to make, bank obligations to meet. An Accounts Receivable crunch can strangle your operations when you need fluidity the most. At MetCredit, we get it.
Time is the enemy in collections, and nowhere more than in the agricultural world. Our experienced agricultural collections team goes straight to work, getting you paid fast. So you can focus on making hay during windows of opportunity and operating smoothly through the droughts.
Of course, you never pay us until we collect. Let MetCredit help stabilize your agricultural business’s cash flow, so you can focus on what you do best.