THE FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, an agency of the
United States Department of Agriculture, extends farm ownership
loans to families to assist them in becoming firmly established
as farm owners. Farm ownership loans are made to tenants,
farm laborers, sharecroppers, and owners of inadequately sized,
underdeveloped farms. These loans can be used for the purchase
of farms and, in the case of farm owners, for the enlargement or
improvement of farms.
Helmberger, Peter; Dahl, Reynold.
Financing Farms with 100 Percent Loans.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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