One of the most important tools for increasing business performance is to provide a proper level of financial resources, which is important for the continuity of all business establishments. Those factors that determine agricultural financing have specific characteristics. Due to the specifics of rural economies, agricultural enterprises have a low capacity for self-financing, thus they need significant external resources. After EU accession there has been a significant increase of subsidies received by farmers, but the distribution of support is not equal and available for all. Our aim was to analyse agricultural HUF and FX short term loans between the years 1995 and 2013 to find out the relationship between foreign currency and the effects of strengthening of Hungarian forint. We tried to find trends, we created forecasts and analyzed them with two different methods to get aproperview on correlation and chenges in this period. Agriculture, like all sectors of the economy, needs credit loans for its development. In a competitive financial environment, profitable agriculture can obtain the credit loan it needs. Bank lending becomes this economy’s engine.