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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Apr 9, 2013 06:41 AM CDT

I barely had time to write Monday as surrendered my presidency. Yes, despite my arguments that the agricultural economy is improving, I had to give up presidency of North American Agricultural Journalists. It was an enjoyable year that was capped off by another great dinner and dance last night at the National Press Club with journalists and D.C. agribusiness policy wonks.

I was proud last night, in one of my final duties as president, to hand a first-place writing award to my colleague and former intern, DTN Markets Editor Katie Micik, who won for her spot news story on the ...

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