Agricultural Restructuring Requirements by Farm Credit System District
Damona G. Doye, Robert W. Jolly, Darrel Choat
May 1987 [87-SR 34]
Farm financial stress in the United States is a persistent problem that remains to be reckoned with by agricultural policymakers, agricultural lenders, and rural communities. A surge of farm income in 1986 afforded temporary relief to some operators; the long-term projections however, indicate that farm financial stress will continue to affect a sizable segment of the farm population (FAPRI Staff Report 3-86).
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