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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Jan 15, 2013 03:54 PM CST

Too many things were going on in the American Farm Bureau Federation delegate session in the late afternoon on Tuesday.

Honestly, it's raining in Nashville and getting colder. As delegates pour over some details on policy involving the EPA, I'm thinking I'm not getting out of Nashville on my evening flight tonight. We'll see how that goes.

Last year, AFBF was in Hawaii. I think there was a greater sense of urgency to get out of the convention center than this year.

As it is, my main article today was getting long, so here are some other resolutions AFBF delegates ...

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