Operating loans growing alongside input costs; Kansas City Fed weighs in

Farm lending activity accelerated in the first quarter of 2022 due to a significant increase in the size of operating loans. With the recent surge in input costs, the volume of loans has also increased sharply from a year ago.

Nate Kauffman with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the factors driving this trend, if it will continue, and farmland values.


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USDA debt relief legislation would help farmers unable to get regular loans

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