After the driest weather in decades in the south-central United States, lenders there are anticipating problems with agricultural loans, but none that will break the bank - yet.

The drought in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas wiped out big chunks of the winter wheat crop (the rest was harvested in June), adding to the woes of already-suffering cattle producers and their lenders.

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