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KC Fed Ag Credit Survey: Initial Impact of COVID-19 Showing Up

Agricultural credit conditions in the Kansas City Fed’s Tenth District deteriorated at a slightly faster pace at the onset of developments related to COVID-19. The survey for the first quarter of 2020, distributed in mid-March, indicated a larger decline in farm income and loan repayment rates than in recent quarters.
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[Podcast] On The Record: Deere's FY1Q Sales Drop 4%

In the Technology Corner, Jack Zemlicka discusses precision technology adoption among no-till farmers. Also in this week’s podcast, farmland values hold steady, European dealer sentiment improves, private equity firm Westcap invests in Degelman and Deere’s latest earnings report.
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Deere's FY1Q Sales Drop 4%
On the Record

Deere's FY1Q Sales Drop 4%

The latest episode of On the Record is now available! In the Technology Corner, Jack Zemlicka discusses precision technology adoption among no-till farmers. Also in this episode: farmland values hold steady, European dealer sentiment improves, private equity firm Westcap invests in Degelman and Deere’s latest earnings report.
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Farmers Remain Confident in Longer Term Farmland Value

Results from the most recent Purdue University/CME Group monthly Ag Economy Barometer study showed farmers surveyed in December were somewhat less optimistic about the future direction of farmland values than indicated on November's survey.
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Best Bets for 2020: Lawn and Garden & Precision Farming Equipment

The latest episode of On the Record is now available! In this week’s episode we take a look at Ag Equipment Intelligence’s 2020 Dealer Business Outlook & Trends report, specifically examining what dealers said were their “Best Bets” for upcoming year, along with concerns over the rising price of new equipment. In the Technology Corner, Jack Zemlicka discusses dealers’ hiring plans for precision farming specialists in 2020. Also in this episode, the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank reports farmland values are holding steady in the 11th District, African Swine Fever’s potential impact on U.S. ag and equipment sales, and an update on the hemp market.
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