We have many products and services to meet your needs; however, we don’t have so many choices that you feel overwhelmed. We can customize your banking needs and develop a financial strategy that best fits your life. Whether you’re in the market for a loan, checking account, savings account, Certificate of deposit or Individual retirement account we have options that will best suit your needs.

We also offer services that make it easy for you to bank with us from anywhere. We offer, telephone banking, internet banking, online bill pay and debit cards. These services allow you to bank with us anytime, anywhere. Access to your account is only a click or phone call away.

For those customers who need local access we offer 4 convenient, full-service locations for you to conduct all you’re banking transactions. These branches are in Griggsville, Milton, Pittsfield and Mt. Sterling. However, if you’re in a hurry and don’t need to stop by a branch for cash, we have you covered there with ATM’s located in Griggsville, Milton, Pittsfield, Mt. Sterling and Perry.


Farmers National Bank of Griggsville is a locally owned, community bank that conducts business by putting the customers’ needs and wants first. Every decision we make directly effects the communities that we service and it’s our goal to make these communities as well as the surrounding communities stronger and financially viable. We lend money to our neighbors and friends so that their businesses may thrive, to secure housing for their families, to purchase vehicles and even recreational items. It is our commitment to make decisions that best suits the needs of our customers and to help them achieve their goals and dreams.


Since 1943, we have been a part of the Griggsville community and we take pride in the fact that we are now a part of the Milton, Mt. Sterling and Pittsfield communities. We are dedicated and determined to make each community a success and take pleasure in meeting and learning about each member of the communities we serve. Our success is largely dependent on the accomplishments of the communities we provide financial service to.