WASHINGTON - The Farm Credit Administration board is set to vote Thursday to make it easier for farm credit associations to offer estate planning, insurance, and other financial services.

Leaders of the Farm Credit Council, which represents 232 local credit associations, say the change simply parallels the regulatory streamlining the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is proposing for banks.

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