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  • 2020 Fall “Boxed In” Maze (10/5/2020)

    Thanks to Cullipher Farm for featuring us in their 2020 Corn Maze!

    Farmers Bank has worked beside area residents for five generations with deep roots in the communities we serve and we are excited to partner with Cullipher Farm for this year’s corn maze! We have supported the entrepreneurial spirit of our neighbors for over 100 years by providing the banking services needed to make your personal finances and businesses grow. Our customers are farmers, business owners, Moms and Dads….anyone and everyone who wants to plant the seeds for a future harvest of financial independence. In 1919, Shirley T. Holland with five local businessmen opened the first Farmers Bank in Windsor, Virginia and a century of your trust has allowed us to serve the people of Isle of Wight, Southampton, Franklin, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth and now Pungo with eight convenient locations throughout the region. We hope you enjoyed the 2020 Corn Maze and invite you to discover what the Farmers Bank difference is all about.

    Click here for more information about the fun activities at Cullipher Farm!

  • Farmers Bank Announces 2020 Scholarship Recipients (9/15/2020)

    Windsor, VA, September 15, 2020 – Farmers Bank is pleased to announce the recipients of their 2020 Farmers Bank Scholarship Program.  Each of these area students will receive $2,500.00 which will be applied toward their future education.  Farmers Bank received more than 100 applications this year from highly impressive students across Tidewater Virginia.  Winners are selected by an external committee and are based on financial need, academic achievement and community involvement.  Special thanks are extended to the community members who make up the Farmers Bank Scholarship Committee.  This team was led by Luann Scott and spent countless hours reviewing applications and return year after year for this assignment. 

    Congratulations to the 2020 Farmers Bank Scholarship winners and best of luck! The recipients and their higher education institution are as follows:

    Basalisa Andujar – Windsor High School attending George Mason University

    Kendra Brewer – Tallwood High School attending John Hopkins University

    Amera Long – Southampton High School attending Hampton University

    Quan’Drez Mason – Norview High School attending Virginia Commonwealth University

    Bailey Stephenson – Windsor High School attending Tidewater Community College

    Madison Stone – Kings Fork High School attending the University of Virginia

    Terrance Wilson – Grassfield High School attending Old Dominion University

    Information about the Farmers Bank 2021 Scholarship can be found at starting in the spring of 2021.

    Farmers Bank, founded in 1919, is headquarters in Windsor, VA, and is a community bank operating eight branches and services areas throughout the greater Hampton Roads area including their newest branch in Pungo.  Additional information is available at the company’s website,

  • Free Paper Shredding Event (9/30/2019)

    Did you know having documents laying around with personal information is a security risk? LET US HELP with our upcoming FREE Paper Document Shredding Event!

    It’s simple…utilize the shredding guide below help you figure out what documents to shred when and which documents to store securely.

    We hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity to de-clutter and help protect your identity!

    Free Paper Shredding Event

    When: Saturday, October 26, 2019

    Where: Farmers Bank Smithfield Location
                  1119 S. Church Street
                  Smithfield, VA 23430

    Click here for a full list of items that will not be accepted for shredding. (include Shred-It Community Shred it Events Infographic)

    Find out even more on how to Protect Your Identity by clicking here.


  • 2018 Scholarship Recipients (7/19/2018)

    Farmers Bank is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Farmers Bank Scholarship Program. For more than ten years Farmers Bank has annually offered its scholarship program to graduating seniors with plans to attend a four year college within their market area. This year Farmers Bank awarded eight, $2,500 scholarships to high school seniors with in the areas of Isle of Wight County, Southampton County, the City of Suffolk, the City of Portsmouth, the City of Chesapeake and home school students in these districts. Applicants were selected by an independent committee comprised of local community leaders and educators.

    Farmers Bank is very proud to be supporting the following local students as they further their education:

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    Heather Bowen a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend James Madison University

    Madellyn Carr a graduate of Lakeland High School planning to attend Longwood University

    Sydney Carter a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend Davis & Elkins College

    Taylor Anne Cross a graduate of Southampton High School planning to attend North Carolina State University

    Hailey Delgado a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend the University of Virginia

    Cameron Keely-Parker a graduate of Deep Creek High School planning to attend the University of Richmond

    Reann Nichols a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend Old Dominion University

    Cassidy Whitehurst a graduate of Indian River High School planning to attend George Mason University

    “The Farmers Bank Scholarship Program is something I have always been very passionate about. I am honored that we are able to support local students and their families in the pursuit of higher education in this tangible way. We wish them much success in this new endeavor and look forward to all of their future accomplishments,” stated Richard J. Holland, Jr., Farmers Bank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

    Farmers Bank, founded in 1919, is headquartered in Windsor, Virginia, and is a community bank which operates seven branches and services areas throughout Tidewater, Virginia. Additional information is available at the company’s website,

    Contact: Richard J. Holland, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, 757-242-6111

  • We are now accepting applications for The 2018 Farmers Bank Scholarship! (1/12/2018)

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    The 2018 Farmers Bank Scholarship is now open! Please submit sealed applications via the instructions in the scholarship application. We are looking forward to receiveing applications from the Class of 2018! Visit our scholarship page for more information

  • Easiest Way to Make Ice Cream! (5/28/2015)

    Check out this cool video that shows a really easy way to make ice cream! ENJOY!

  • Teaching Children to Save 2015 – Booker T. Washington Elementary – Suffolk VA (5/4/2015)

    Good financial education starts at an early age and Farmers Bank is proud to play a small role in planting the seeds of good money management in the kids of Booker T. Washington Elementary in Suffolk!  Teaching Children to Save is a national initiative created by the American Bankers Association to bring financial education into elementary schools.  We have chosen to take part in this program as a way of helping our kids get an early start in understanding the basics of money.  The topic of this class is: “The safest place to keep your money.”

  • Farmers Bank OTC Marketing Listing and Reports First Quarter and Year-to-Date Earnings (4/27/2015)


    WINDSOR, VA, April 24, 2015 – Farmers Bankshares, Inc. (FBVA), the Windsor-based holding company for Farmers Bank, is pleased to announce their common stock will begin trading on the OTC Market exchange under the ticker symbol “FBVA”.  They believe this will increase the visibility of their company, and will provide shareholders the opportunity for greater liquidity.

    Farmers Bank is proud that FIG Partners, LLC, a banking industry specialist, has committed to providing market making services to their shareholders.

    About FIG Partners, LLC

    FIG Partners LLC is an Atlanta, GA based employee-owned broker/dealer specializing in financial institutions.  FIG provides market making services to over 700 banks, including 33 community banks located in Virginia.

    FIG Partners has assigned Michael Acampora to assist Farmers Bank shareholders with any questions or inquiries regarding market making or FIG Partners.  Mr. Acampora has over 30 years of experience working with community banks and their shareholders.  Please contact Mr. Acampora if you are contemplating buying or selling FBVA shares or would like further information regarding the trading of shares in the bank.  While the Bank is more than happy to speak to their valued shareholders and answer any questions they may have, the Bank will no longer coordinate the buying and selling of shares.   Mr. Acampora’s contact information is below:

    Michael Acampora

    Senior Vice President

    FIG Partners, LLC

    1654 Pearl Street

    Jacksonville, Fla. 32206

    Phone: 904-354-0441



    First Quarter and Year-to-Date Earnings

    Farmers Bankshares, Inc. reports unaudited earnings of $811,296, or $1.33 per share for the first quarter of 2015.  These results are increased approximately 3% from the $786,016, or $1.29 per share, earned during the first quarter of 2014.

    Richard J. Holland, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are pleased to report these consistent positive results to our shareholders and am proud of the Bank’s position through the first quarter of 2015.”

    Return on average assets on an annualized basis of 0.76% for the first quarter of 2015 is comparable to the first quarter of 2014 results of 0.76%.  Return on average equity during the first quarter of 2015 was 8.42% as compared to the  prior year first quarter of 9.34%.

    Net interest income increased 2.30% in the first quarter of 2015 compared to first quarter of 2014.  Loan demand  held consistent, however due to seasonal activity, mainly related to agricultural lines of credit, total loans decreased by $2.6 million as compared to December 31, 2014.  Deposit balances decreased 1.02% or $3.5 million to $340 million in the first quarter of 2015 from $344 million as of December 31, 2014.  The slight decrease in deposits is largely due to the cyclical nature of several large municipal deposits.  Non-interest bearing deposits increased 10.70% over the same period last year and now make up approximately 24% of total deposits.  Non-interest income, exclusive of securities transactions, increased 109.90% from first quarter 2014.  Income related to the Bank’s investment in Manry Rawls, LLC contributed $163 thousand of additional income in 2015 over the same period in 2014.  Service charges increased $42 thousand or 54.11% when compared to the first quarter of 2014, due to efforts implemented in the fourth quarter 2014 to bring service charges more in line with their peers.  Non-interest expense increased 6.46% or $168 thousand during the first quarter 2015 compared to same period in 2014.  Salaries and benefits rose 13.84% and loss on other real estate increased by 100.00%.  The major contributing factors in non-interest expense were the costs associated with writing down certain other real estate properties held and employee related recruiting costs.

    In March 2015, Farmers Bankshares, Inc. redeemed $925 thousand of capital notes at a price of 102%, plus accrued and unpaid interest.  This transaction was to accommodate investor’s liquidity needs and reduce our debt service obligations.  Even with this transaction, capital ratios at the Bank level remain strong and well above regulatory requirements for “Well Capitalized” financial institutions.  Total risk-based capital to risk weighted assets at Farmers Bank equaled 18.05% as of March 31, 2015.

    “We are extremely proud of the progress we have made by focusing on non-interest income.  The diversification of our revenue streams has helped to ease the continuation of compressed net interest margins.  We are also pleased to further service our customers and local community by persistently broadening our financial related offerings” stated Vernon M. Towler, President.

    Farmers Bank, founded in 1919, is headquartered in Windsor, VA, and is a full-service community bank which operates six branches throughout Western Tidewater Virginia.  Additional information is available at the company’s website,

    Contact: Vernon M. Towler – (757) 242-6111,




    WINDSOR, VA —   Manry Rawls, LLC and Farmers Bank are pleased to announce a partnership between the two organizations.  Under the arrangement, Farmers Bank has become part owner in Manry Rawls, LLC.  The agency will continue to operate independently under the name Manry Rawls, LLC.  Both Farmers Bank and Manry Rawls have been fixtures in the local marketplace for many decades.   The partnership is representative of both organizations’ deep interest in remaining focused on local customers and meeting their needs, regardless of size.

    V.S. “Vee” Pittman will lead the partnership, while Farmers Bank will continue to concentrate on lending and banking services, both heavily concentrated on Main Street and agricultural businesses.  “We are glad to be able to strengthen our company in Franklin and look forward to bringing more new jobs to the area,” said Pittman.  “Farmers Bank is well known for its service to its customers and the community in which they live.  We look to help expand that reputation in the years to come,” he added.

    As Farmers Bank has grown over the years, it has sought ways to continually reinvest in the communities it serves. Manry Rawls will complement the considerable investment in Southampton County which Farmers Bank exhibited when it opened its newest branch in Courtland in April 2013.  “I see this as a valuable partnership between two community and service oriented businesses.  We are both locally owned and operated with strong commitments to our communities and the people we serve.  This association strengthens both Farmers Bank and Manry Rawls’ ability to remain independent and allows us to continue to offer products and services to our respective customer base in a manner we strongly believe in. We, at Farmers Bank are excited about the opportunities that will arise for both organizations in this new endeavor,” stated Richard “Dick” J. Holland, Jr., CEO of Farmers Bank.

    Manry Rawls, LLC operates two offices, one in Franklin and another in Courtland. For more information about Manry Rawls, please visit  Farmers Bank is headquartered in Windsor and has six offices in Courtland, Smithfield, and Suffolk.  For more information about Farmers Bank, visit and

  • Farmers Bank Facebook Contest – Win Tickets to the Smithfield Wine and Brew (4/7/2014)

    We have some awesome fans!  Thanks for helping us Grow.

    For an opportunity to win a ticket to the Smithfield Wine and Brew, scroll down, submit your name and email, and put “I WANT TICKETS” in the comment box!

    OUR PROMISE:  We will not spam you, or use your information for promotional reasons.

    Good luck!



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