The Livestock Report from The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Radio Network, featuring information on the cash fed cattle market, local feeder cattle auctions and cattle futures prices.Read More
The Latest News in Louisiana Agriculture
By: Paige Vaughn, Local 33 & Fox 44 TV, Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE - The Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board (LSPMB) is in search for a new logo and brand for the Louisiana Seafood program. Through a student design competition, high school students across the state are encouraged to use their creativity, innovation, and love for Louisiana seafood to submit a new logo for the program.
Carey Martin takes a look at the latest news in Louisiana agriculture, yesterday's grain market analysis and prices, and the latest livestock markets on The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Radio Network.Read More
By the Louisiana Radio Network
With the decrease in diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba, any hope of exporting Louisiana goods is shrinking. State Agricultural Commissioner Mike Strain says working on the issues between the two nations is of top priority.
By Jack Dillard, The Times, Shreveport
The subject of the weather is always a good subject, yet a situation over which we have no control. There are those that disagree with me, but their track record exposes a lot of “theory” but little moisture. The Lord is in charge of the weather and virtually all situations and he will respond, so let’s move on.
The Closing Market Report on the Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Radio Network, featuring grain market commentary from Greg Fox, grain marketing specialist for the Louisiana Farm Bureau Marketing Association.Read More
BATON ROUGE — The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction is now accepting nominations for its induction ceremony, which will be held March 22, 2018, at the L’Auberge Hotel in Baton Rouge.The nomination form can be obtained online at www.louisianaagriculturehallofdistinction.com or through any parish LSU AgCenter extension office. The deadline for the nominations is Nov. 20.Read More
BATON ROUGE - Today, Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M., issued this statement pertaining to the tropical system expected to threaten the Gulf Coast region:Read More
“Sugarcane and cotton harvest is underway. Cotton is definitely showing signs of damage from rain this season. The remainder of soybeans were being harvested and showing promise. Hay producers are trying to get their pastures baled because there are showers in the forecast for the upcoming week.”
ALEXANDRIA - The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Louisiana plans to invest in a new multi-year project and activities that aim to build vital infrastructure while conserving natural resources through the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Program.
The latest issue of the LSU AgCenter's "Pasture to Market" e-newsletter is now available, featuring information on weaning strategies, leaf spot disease in bermudagrass, the Louisiana State Fair hay contest and more.
By Renee Allen, KLFY-TV 10, Lafayette
LAFAYETTE, La (KLFY) – In this week’s, KFLY’S Best of 90 plus we introduce an Opelousas man who lives and breathes all things agriculture. “I worked here as a county agent for 25 years,” says Dalton Comeaux of Opelousas.