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Fri May 10, 2013 07:55 AM CDT

DTN Ag Interest Rate Snapshot
TODAY - LAST WEEK
as of: 5/10/13 5/3/13
REAL ESTATE
5-Year Adjustable 3.30 3.20
15-Year Fixed 4.15 4.00
20-Year Fixed 4.50 4.35
10-Yr. Treasury 1.85 1.69
OPERATING
Libor Indexed 3.40 3.40
1-Year Adjustable 3.45 3.45
Variable 3.60 3.60
Prime Rate 3.25 3.25
CCC Loan Rate 1.125 1.125

Until the Federal Reserve reverses course, both long- and short-term farm interest rates remain at historic lows.

Interest rates presented by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America serving farmers in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee. Rates change daily, are subject to qualifying conditions and may carry pre-payment restrictions. For ...

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