Farm credit showing cracks

Farm credit showing cracks

New USDA data show net farm income has decreased about 14% since 2013.

AS commodity prices continue to creep lower, farmers are tightening their belts, according to several new reports that suggest that the pattern is expected to continue at least through the rest of the year.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Mo., representing the 10th District, recently released its quarterly "Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions for the Tenth District." The survey found solid credit conditions in the second quarter of 20

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