The Kansas City Fed's quarterly Survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions provides current indicators of the financial performance of Tenth District agriculture. The accumulated results also help trace longer term trends.

The survey panel consists of about one-third (360) of the Tenth Federal District's agricultural banks selected according to geographic distribution and size. Agricultural banks are those with a greater percentage of agricultural loans in their loan portfolios than the national average of about 15 percent. Survey results summarize several indicators of farm financial conditions, including farmland values, interest rates on farm loans, and credit supply and demand.

Cropland Values Holding Steady
February 13, 2015

Farmland values in the Tenth District generally held steady in the fourth quarter of 2014 despite further declines in farm income.

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Banker Comments from the Tenth District
February 13, 2015

Read what bankers have to say about the latest agricultural credit conditions in the Tenth District.