Plains Land Bank Press Releases

Press releases are not just for the media. They contain vital information that keeps our members in the loop about significant changes in our association.

On this page, you will find our latest press releases, so you don’t miss out on key updates. For example, learn how we keep our local branches operating safely during COVID-19 or find out more about a specific topic of interest. 

You’ll also learn about stockholder election results, the bank’s financial performance, patronage reports, and details about our scholarship program.

Plains Land Bank knows transparency is key to building trust and loyalty with our members. We invite you to scroll down to discover more about our cooperative Get to know the people that work every day to help you achieve your goals. More than a lender, we are your partners.

Do you have any questions? Our contact information can be found on this page

Agricultural Cooperatives – Potential Ransomware Attacks

Ransomeware Attack

The FBI recently released a publicly available warning to its Food and Agriculture sector partners - here - referencing an increased risk of ransomware attacks to agricultural cooperatives during critical planting and harvest seasons.  This specific sector warning comes on the heels of general communications about increased ransomware risks over the last two years. 

Plains Land Bank is committed to protecting its stockholders and employees from ransomware attacks and takes every precaution necessary to ensure all information, electronic and other, is secure. If you feel that you or someone you know has been targeted through the Plains Land Bank website, email, or another form of electronic communication please contact our Amarillo office at (806)353-6688.

Attached here, you will find a guide outlining steps that can be taken to minimize agriculture industry exposure to the above-mentioned cyber-attacks.

About Plains Land Bank
Plains Land Bank provides long-term financing for agricultural producers and rural property owners. Our main priority is to improve the means and well-being of farmers, ranchers, and rural life in the Texas Panhandle. Part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, the Amarillo-based lending cooperative has branch offices in Amarillo, Pampa, Perryton, and Plainview. Learn more at