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About Our Agency

The United Prairie Bank system has its roots in rural Minnesota. The organization was born in 1973 when former President James G. Sneer bought Farmers State Bank in Mountain Lake, Minnesota. The bank was run with a strong emphasis in superior customer service, financial integrity and community involvement. 
 
The Mountain Lake bank thrived. Some years later, Mr. Sneer began to acquire other banks and export his successful blend of customer service and management practices to other towns in the region. In some cases, failing banks were rescued and resuscitated to once again become strong promoters of their local economies. In 1992, the banks then owned by Mr. Sneer changed their names to the now-familiar United Prairie Bank. In 2002 Stuart J. Sneer, the son of James and Susan Sneer, took over the presidency of the company after many years of individual bank management and system management as vice president.

Along with banks, the United Prairie system began to build insurance and financial planning resources for its customers. Today, United Prairie Insurance Agencies service almost all bank locations, offering a full range of coverage for personal, home, farm and business needs.

United Prairie Banks offer small town service with a complete array of financial products and services: checking and savings accounts, IRAs, money market and investors growth funds, along with lending for agricultural, commercial, consumer and real estate applications.

All United Prairie Banks are organized under a local president or manager, who within the bounds of sound banking practices and some broad-based policy, controls the day-to-day business and decision-making for that bank. All UPB operations are held to high standards of customer service, transactional accuracy and financial soundness. United Prairie Banks typically carry the highest safeness and soundness rating available from banking regulatory agencies.

All United Prairie operations enjoy centralized administrative support through a holding company, Farmers State Corporation, officed in Mankato, MN. FSC provides specialized support in administration, credit, operations, compliance, investments, marketing and technology under the leadership of Stuart J. Sneer, President and Scott Bradley, CEO.

Our Locations

Client Service Center

3 Civic Center Plaza, Suite 100
Mankato, MN 56001
Main office: 507-386-4829

Jackson

202 Grant St
Jackson, MN 56143
Main office: 507-847-4541

Lakefield

330 Main Street
Lakefield, MN 56150
Main office: 507-662-5640

Madison

303 6th Avenue
Madison, MN 56256
Main office: 320-598-2415

Mankato / City Center

3 Civic Center Plaza, Suite 100
Mankato, MN 56001
Main office: 507-386-4829

Mankato / Hilltop

10 Firestone Drive
Mankato, MN 56001
Main office: 507-386-4829

Mt. Lake

1141 Third Avenue
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Main office: 507-427-1190

New Ulm

200 North Broadway
New Ulm, MN 56073
Main office: 507-233-2600

Owatonna

110 West Rose Street
Owatonna, MN 55060
Main office: 507-451-3450

Slayton

2603 Broadway Avenue
Slayton, MN 56172
Main office: 507-836-8966

Spicer

425 Access Drive
Spicer, MN 56288
Main office: 320-796-2151

Springfield

30 West Central Street
Springfield, MN 56087
Main office: 507-723-7330

Wilmont

319 4th Avenue
Wilmont, MN 56185
Main office: 507-926-0017

Windom

1545 1st Ave Highway 60 East
Windom, MN 56101-2014
Main office: 507-427-1190

Worthington

905 McMillan Street
Worthington, MN 56187
Main office: 507-372-4844

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