The U.S. agricultural economy continues to face mounting pressure and is expected to remain soft throughout the year, according to Nathan Kauffman, assistant vice president and Omaha, Neb., branch executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Kauffman, writing in the Kansas City Fed’s latest "Ag Outlook," said U.S. farm income has continued to decline and is expected to remain low as planting season approaches across the country. “Prolonged weakness in the farm sector prima
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