Farmers National Bank in New York City is opening its branches again.
The bank announced Wednesday that it was reopening all of its branches in the city because it was hit with a $1.3 billion loan crisis and was in the midst of a $10 billion federal bailout.
The US government and banks across the country have been in talks for weeks about how to help farmers with loan repayments.
The Federal Reserve announced in December that it would spend $1 trillion over the next five years to help farm families.
In January, the Fed also announced a $300 million loan guarantee to farmers.
The farm bill was approved in January, but it was not included in the final bill.
The bill does include a provision for $100 billion in aid for farmers.