Falling cattle prices over the past year have prompted agricultural bankers to take a closer look at their cattle customers' future.

"It's like a big cloud coming your way," said Danny Bishop, senior vice president in charge of agricultural correspondent lending for Texas Independent Bank, a bankers' bank in suburban Dallas. "You've got to find a way to get through it without getting hit before you can see sunshine on the other side."

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