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Tribute to Mike Stevens
Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Mon Sep 24, 2012 09:31 AM CDT

Agriculture lost a strong supporter and the world lost a good man last week when cotton analyst Mike Stevens died.

Mike was one-half of our Southern gentlemen cotton analysis team with Duane Howell for more years than I can remember. He wrote a weekly column for our cotton subscribers, helped fill in for Duane on daily market commentary and used to be heard on our daily audio program DTN Today with Bryce Anderson.

Mike and Duane both started out in Lubbock, Texas. But early in his career, Mike moved to Mandeville, La., and that is where he died Sept. 20 ...

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