The prolonged drought in Texas has put many of the state's cash crops at risk, spreading anxiety among agriculture lenders.

The Texas Agricultural Extension Service is projecting at least $1.5 billion in losses of direct agricultural value, while $4.6 billion would be squeezed out of the state's economy in the next 18 months.

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