The Nest Eggs

In June, Wisconsin is bursting with life in forests, fields, and waters. Spring flowers are giving way to budding fruits and many birds are in full swing of nesting season.

Some species of birds, such as waterfowl, wading birds, and turkeys have just one brood of young each year. Though, if a nest is destroyed before the eggs hatch, they will re-nest up to 3 times in an effort to raise one successful brood each year. 

On the other hand, many species of songbirds like robins, bluebirds, and wrens are able to hatch and raise multiple broods of young in a single season. Wisconsin’s great summer weather and productive landscape make it ideal habitat for many species to crank out many young each year.

Like our feathered friends, many of us are hoping to create a nest egg for the future. Whether you are dreaming of a new home, higher education, travel, or a vehicle upgrade, Horicon Bank can help! With a great selection of savings, money market, and certificates of deposit (CD’s) Horicon Bank specializes in helping our friends grow their savings in a safe and convenient manner. 

Saving cash is a great habit. By tucking away few dollars each week, your nest egg can grow quickly. Whether you want to use your savings to feather your current nest, save up for a down payment, or save enough for a cash purchase, Horicon Bankers can help you get into good habits that will power your success and well-being into the future. No matter your banking service needs, there is a friendly Horicon Banker available to help make your life better and more secure. 

Horicon Bank is the Natural Choice to help with savings, money markets, certificates of deposit, home equity lines of credit, home and business loans and a host of other services available to help you achieve your personal and business and financial goals. Horicon Bank is available to serve you anywhere on the map and online. Stop by or look us up online today to learn more about our Bankers, services, and many locations to conveniently serve you!

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