Farmers National opens Idaho office

New office in Twin Falls will serve clients in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Farmers National Co., the nation's leading farm management and agricultural real estate services company, announced that it has opened a new office in Twin Falls, Ida., to serve Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

It will be managed by Brent Stanger, farm manager, real estate sales. For almost 25 years, Stanger has been a rural real estate appraiser. He is an accredited rural appraiser and a certified general appraiser.

The new office and addition of Stanger to spearhead the new territory will help expand Farmers National's existing farm management, real estate sales, appraisal and consulting business to a 28-state service area.

As a farm manager for Farmers National, Stanger helps landowners achieve their ownership goals and provides peace of mind that their land is well cared for. His expertise in regional water rights issues provides a benefit to Farmers National clients. As a real estate sales agent, Stanger handles both private treaty and auction listings and provides service from listing to closing.

“We are very excited about our continued expansion into the Pacific Northwest region,” said Jim Farrell, Farmers National president and chief executive officer. “This is a significant step for Farmers National Co. in our overall goal to continually grow all of our lines of business.”

In addition to the new office in Twin Falls, there are agents in a Pasco, Wash., office who serve eastern, central and southeastern Washington for agricultural, investment and residential properties.

Farmers National is an employee-owned farm and ranch management and agricultural real estate company. It currently manages more than 5,000 farms and ranches in 28 states comprising more than 2 million acres. Additional services provided by the company include auctions, appraisals, insurance, consultation, oil and gas management, lake management, a national hunting lease program, forest resource management and stock.

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