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"New federal programs have been enacted to stimulate beginning and younger farmers to establish new, or retain ownership of existing, small family farms," announced Adrian J. Polansky, state executive director of USDA's Farm Service Agency in Kansas. These exciting new trends in rural America present the FSA Farm Loan Programs with opportunities for increased lending activity in the farm community.

"FSA wants you to succeed," said Polansky. "This is evident in FSA's consultative approach, offering low rates and identifying other resources to clients in an advisory fashion throughout the life of the loan."

FSA staff can refer customers to other public financial aid sources that can serve as a blend with Farm Loan Programs. FSA specializes in:

--Loans for beginning farmers, disaster recovery, operational financing, and farm ownership.

--Farm planning and counseling.

--Supervised credit and assistance through the life of your loan.

--Sustained financial planning services.

FSA Farm Loan Programs provide a variety of loan types for every need. These include operating, ownership, disaster, youth and loans for beginning farmers and socially disadvantaged applicants. Whether it's a beginning, socially disadvantaged, or an emerging farm business, Farm Loan Programs can help its customers get on the right track with its farm planning services.

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