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The Kansas Public Water Supply Loan Fund may be one of your options when it comes to financing water utility improvements. Or it may be the USDA Rural Development Loan and Grant program, the Kansas Department of Commerce, or bonds.

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Kansas Net Farm Income Down

Kansas net farm incomes dropped to $4,568 in 2015, a 96 percent plunge from the year before, according to K-State’s Kansas Farm Management Association.
Both crop and livestock farmers were hit by falling prices for their production over the past 12 to 18 months.
Net farm income – similar to profit for a conventional business – reflects the amount of money left over after all cash expenses for the year are paid and depreciation is accounted for.
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– in Financial on 6/19/2016

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