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[Image: 2007 Aquaculture Budgets]2007 Projected Louisiana Crawfish and Catfish Production Costs
This report presents estimates of projected costs for crawfish and catfish production in Louisiana for 2007.
[Image: 2007 Beef, Dairy and Forage Budgets]2007 Louisiana Projected Beef Cattle, Dairy and Forage Crop Production Costs
This report presents estimates of projected production costs for beef cattle, dairy and forage-crop production in Louisiana for 2007.
[Image: 2010 Commodity Budgets]2010 Projected Costs and Returns - Cotton, Soybeans, Grain Sorghum and Wheat, Louisiana
This report presents projected commodity production costs and returns for cotton, soybeans, grain sorghum and wheat produced in Louisiana for the 2010 crop year.
[Image: 2006 crawfish and catfish budgets]2006 Projected Crawfish and Catfish Production Costs for Louisiana
This report presents estimates of projected production costs for crawfish and catfish production in Louisiana for 2006.
[Image: Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture]Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture
The dollar amounts, which are estimates of reduced revenue and increased costs, are broken down by storm and commodity. Total estimated costs are also provided.
[Image: Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture]Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture
The dollar amounts, which are estimates of reduced revenue and increased costs, are broken down by storm and commodity. Total estimated costs are also provided.
[Image: Ornamental Crop Budgets]2008 Enterprise Budgets for Ornamental Crops in Plant Hardiness Zones 8 and 9
The report includes enterprise production cost budgets for the following container-grown ornamental crops in plant hardiness zones 8 and 9: indica azalea, crape myrtle, liriope, southern live oak, lantana and fig.
[Image: 2006 beef and dairy production costs]2006 Projected Beef, Dairy and Forage Crop Production Costs
This report presents estimates of projected production costs for beef cattle production, dairy production and forage crop production for the 2006 crop year.
[Image: rental rates for ag land]Determining Cash Rental Rates for Agricultural Land
This publication explains three potential methods to determine cash rental rates for landowners and tenants, as well as items to be included in a land rental agreement. (PDF format only)
[Image: 2008 Crawfish Budgets]2008 Projected Crawfish Production Costs
This report presents estimates of projected costs of producing crawfish in Louisiana for the 2008 season.
[Image: 2008 Beef, Dairy and Forage Budgets]2008 Projected Production Costs for Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle and Forage
This report presents estiamtes of projected 2008 production costs associated with the production of beef cattle, dairy cattle and forage crops in Louisiana.
[Image: highlights of ag]Highlights of Agriculture
2012 data on forestry, crops, animals, fisheries and other enterprises based in agriculture and natural resources add up to multibillion-dollar industries for the state of Louisiana. This handy pocket-sized publication provides details on Louisiana agriculture and natural resources, the number of farms and farmers and much more. (PDF format only)
Louisiana farmers face Sept. 16 deadline for insurance waiver for disaster assistance
(Distributed 09/05/08) Louisiana agricultural producers who suffered crop damage from Hurricane Gustav need crop insurance or non-insured crop disaster assistance coverage to be eligible to participate in federal disaster assistance programs, according to LSU AgCenter agricultural economist Kurt Guidry.
[Image: Theresia K. Lavergne]Nonruminent Farm Animals: A Major Contributer to Louisiana's Economy
The focus of this issue is the nonruminant farm animal, which includes chickens, horses and pigs. The nonruminant animal has an uncomplicated or simple stomach as compared to the ruminant animal, which has a stomach with four compartments (cattle, sheep and goats). The nonruminant also is referred to as a monogastric.
Holiday Foods Mean More Than Good Eating; State’s Economy Benefits
You may just think of them as delicious treats, but some of Louisiana’s traditional favorites for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners also contribute handily to the state’s economy.
LSU AgCenter Teaches Companies How To Retain Employees
Supervisors and line leaders at a poultry plant in Farmervillie are learning about "workplace ethics."
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