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In Canada, farmers can obtain mortgages to purchase land, buildings, and other assets needed to run their farming operations. These mortgages are typically offered by banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions.

To qualify for a mortgage, farmers must usually meet certain criteria, such as having a good credit score, a stable income, and sufficient equity in their property. They may also be required to provide collateral, such as their farming equipment or crops, to secure the loan.

In addition to traditional mortgages, there are also government programs and initiatives available to assist farmers in obtaining financing. For example, the Agricultural Credit Corporation (ACC) is a Crown corporation that provides financing and risk management services to farmers in Canada. The ACC offers a variety of loan programs, including operating loans, capital loans, and disaster relief loans, to help farmers meet their financial needs.

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