Wisconsin banks saw loan growth, flat deposits and a decline in noncurrent loans and leases during the second quarter, according to FDIC data analyzed by the Wisconsin Bankers Association.

Net loans and leases reached $99.95 billion in the quarter, up 5.8% from the first quarter and 8% from the same time in 2021.

Farm loans led the growth in the quarter, up 19.3% from the first quarter to $4.45 billion, and farmland loans rose 5.7% from the first quarter to $3.8 billion. Commercial and industrial loans also outpaced overall growth with 7.8% growth to $17.15 billion.

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