As Congress belatedly puts the finishing touches on the 1995 farm bill, agricultural lenders are gearing up for the changes it will bring.

The House and Senate bills now in conference committee agree in their major features. Both measures call for phasing out price supports on many crops over seven years. They also would eliminate government control over what farmers plant and what land they keep idle.

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