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Ag Banker Says Communication Will Help Farmers Survive


Brice mallard marks the 5th generation on this southern Illinois farm. Working alongside his dad Wayde for 15 years, 2016 is proving to be a challenge.

“It’s been difficult,” says Brice Allard, a farmer in Vergennes, Ill.

“2016, has been like every year, it’s been a challenge, but it’s been unique in its own way,” says Alan Hoskins, CEO of American Farm Mortgage Company. “You go back to 2012, 2013, we just had different types of challenges.”

Read the full story at AgWeb.com

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