We’re overdue for another podcast, so here we go with Episode #28 of The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Podcast. We have a very long news segment this time because we’re including excerpts from the induction speeches at the recent Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction Banquet. Four very deserving folks are now in the Hall, and you’ll hear from each of them, along with the latest news headlines in Louisiana agriculture. Rain and river flooding are on everyone’s minds right now, so we’ll check in with the Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain to get his take on the situation in Grassroots Government. We’ll go In the Field to visit with West Carroll Parish farmer William Stutts, and he will update us on what’s happening on his Northeast Louisiana farm. Our regular market analysts, Greg Fox and Dave Foster, will stop by for an update on the grain and cattle markets. Then we’ll wrap it up with a look at the Louisiana Ag Calendar.
The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Podcast
Join us for The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Podcast. Host Carey Martin will bring you the latest news headlines in Louisiana agriculture. We'll go to the halls of government for an inside look in our "Grassroots Government" segment, and we'll take you to the fields and pastures of Louisiana as we talk to one of you about current crop and livestock conditions. We’ll look at the markets with commentary from the Louisiana Farm Bureau Marketing Association. Then we'll take a look at next week to see what's on the Louisiana Ag Calendar. Get all of this and more on The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Podcast.