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KC Fed: Fewer New Loans to Farmers

Fewer new loans to farmers continued to drive a pullback in agricultural lending activity. A historically low number of new loans contributed to an increase in average loan size and drove a slight decrease in the overall volume of non-real estate loans at commercial banks in the fourth quarter.
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KC Fed Bank: Large Loans Drive Further Increases in Farm Lending

The July 18 Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank’s Ag Finance Databook reports that growth in the average size of farm operating loans boosted agricultural lending in the second quarter of 2019. The size of farm loans has continued to rise and loans exceeding $1 million recently have had a significant effect on the overall volume of new loan originations.
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Department of Homeland Security Identifies 3 Unique Threats to Precision Farming

The latest episode of Ag Equipment Intelligence’s On the Record is now available! In this week's broadcast we look at how dealers' sales outlook for 2018 compares to that of the OEMs, cyber-based security threats to precision farming and an increase in non-real estate farm loans. In addition, we look into the University of Missouri's Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute's forecast for net farm income in 2018 and 2019, North American ag equipment sales through the first three quarters of 2018 and an improvement in irrigation equipment sales for Lindsay.
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Farm Lending Levels Remain Elevated in 1Q16

Demand for loans for ag equipment and other capital expenditures continued to decline in the first quarter of the year, the volume of large non-real estate farm loans continued to have a significant effect on changes in farm lending, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
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