While farm operating loans have retained their importance at small banks, they have become a much smaller part of big banks' business, an American Banker analysis shows.

A study of call report data from Sheshunoff Information Services shows that the total dollar amount of farm operating loans at banks under $3 billion in assets increased at a much faster rate than at large banks between yearend 1992 and September 1995

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