First Western Federal Savings Bank can cash out your CRP farm subsidy payments for present value in just days.  If you’re looking for creative financing alternatives rather than another loan, consider turning your future CRP payments into cash today with our CRP Purchase Program.

It’s Simple

  1. Ask for a quote. Get a free, fast, no-obligation CRP payment quote today. Simply answer three questions and provide contact information.
  2. Get a call or email. Get a phone call or email from Jeff Fullerton or Pam Silver, CRP Purchase Officers, with the details of your quote.
  3. Get your money. Accept the quote and receive your payment in a matter of days.

Get your fast, free, confidential, no-obligation quote today.

One of the first things you’ll notice about First Western Federal Savings Bank is that our rates are among the most competitive in the field. We encourage you to review our notice of your financial privacy rights before you submit information. Please fill in each field on this page to receive a prompt, complete quote from the experienced professionals at First Western Federal Savings Bank regarding your CRP payments.

Who are we?

First Western Federal Savings Bank was founded in 1979 as a portfolio lender. Since the beginning, we have been committed to providing exceptional customer service, quick responses, and common sense answers.

Are you Eligible?

Farmers, ranchers, landowners, agribusiness—if you receive annual CRP payments under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) for your farmland, ranchland, wetland, or woodland, you can convert that future payment stream into cash today.


Speak to the CRP payment specialists at First Western Federal Savings Bank today to discuss how our CRP Purchase Program could benefit you. Give us a call today at 800-908-8845 and get your CRP payments turned into one lump sum.

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