Agricultural bankers should be prepared for at least two more difficult lending years, a university economist warned last week.

David M. Kohl, professor of agricultural and applied economics at Virginia Tech University, told about 100 agricultural bankers at a recent conference sponsored by the Independent Bankers of Colorado that they may have to urge producers to quit farming if global commodity prices remain low.

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