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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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Pandemic Adds Pressure to Farm Finances in 2Q20

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continued to pressure the agricultural economy and weighed on farm finances in the Tenth District. Farm income declined in the second quarter at the quickest pace since 2016, and weaknesses in both income and borrower liquidity were expected to carry into the coming months.
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[Podcast] On The Record: 2020 Crop Revenue Could be Lowest Since 2006

In this week’s podcast, we dig into a report from the University of Illinois that projects an $89 per acre decline for the 2020 corn crop, which could point to a drop in tractor sales. And we take a look at preliminary results from both the latest Precision Farming Dealer and Strip-Till Farmer benchmark surveys. Also in this episode we look at deteriorating ag credit conditions and Deutz’s latest earnings.
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On the Record

2020 Crop Revenue Could be Lowest Since 2006

The latest episode of On the Record is now available! In this week’s episode we dig into a report from the University of Illinois that projects an $89 per acre decline for the 2020 corn crop, which could point to a drop in tractor sales. And we take a look at preliminary results from both the latest Precision Farming Dealer and Strip-Till Farmer benchmark surveys. Also in this episode we look at deteriorating ag credit conditions and Deutz’s latest earnings.
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