Your funding source will want to know what your experience is in whatever type of farming you will be doing. Your assets will have to guarantee at least part of any loan, in most cases.
If you're looking at a high investment type of farming, like dairy or grain farming, you'll probably need to team up with someone with practical experience. Taking on a financial partner is another source of capital, a good one if that person understands the business.
Depending on your financial situation, you can also rent whatever facilities you need and finance the venture yourself.
If you lack capital, an ag education, and/or practical experience, then getting conventional financing is going to be a challenge.
If you're committed, you'll find a way. Good luck.
Also try Googling "[your state] beginning farmers" and see if you have a state organization. Many areas now do.
Another option is something like SPIN farming, which focuses on making a good living with intensive agriculture on very small plots of land, and might be easier to start out with than something that requires more upfront investment.