The weak farm economy has harmed agricultural banks little so far, but Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Michael H. Moskow is worried banks might be relaxing credit standards for farmers.

Mr. Moskow, addressing the American Bankers Association's National Agricultural Bankers Conference on Monday, said lenders must work with their farm customers to plot a way for them to survive the sector's downturn.

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