WASHINGTON - The Farm Credit System didn't get exactly what it wanted Tuesday on Capitol Hill when the Senate Agriculture Committee put off a proposal to expand the list of uses for farm credit funds.

But it may try again today at Farm Credit Administration headquarters in McLean, Va., when the agency's board considers a proposed rule on who is eligible for loans from the farmer-owned banks and associations it regulates.

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