US Farm Credit chief not worried over crop prices and land values
By Christine Stebbins
(Reuters) — The Farm Credit System, the government-backed lender that handles almost half of all loans to U.S. farmers, expects 2014 to be a solid year for agriculture despite industry concerns about declining grain prices and softening farmland values.
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