The Farm Credit Administration wants some advice on updating regulations governing Farm Credit System loans to banks, thrifts, and other financial institutions.

The Farm Credit System extends short- and intermediate-term credit for agricultural and related purposes. The program peaked in the early 1980s when 300 banks, thrifts, and credit unions borrowed almost $1 billion. Today, the system has just $231 million loaned to 22 institutions.

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