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Cotton
Smaller cotton crop affects rural economies
(Video 05/13/15) This year’s cotton crop may be the lowest on record in terms of acreage. Low prices for cotton and better prices for other commodities are to blame. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux explains how low cotton acres affect rural economies. (Runtime: 01:26)
Beef
Cattle producers take advantage of high beef prices
(Video 05/13/15) With beef prices near record highs, cattle producers are enjoying the good times. Producers still need to plan and manage their cattle to maximize their investments, and now might be the time to consider different strategies. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story. (Runtime: 01:28)
Soybean
Wet weather slows Louisiana soybean crop
(Video 04/29/15) This year’s wet weather across Louisiana is slowing down the planting of Louisiana’s soybean crop, which could affect yields when harvesting begins in late summer. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story. (Runtime: 01:43)
Poultry
Students participate in poultry science program
(Video 04/29/15) The LSU College of Agriculture’s poultry program promises students hands-on experiences. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard visited a poultry lab to see the work faculty and students are doing. (Runtime: 01:30)
Electrofishing
Students learn about electrofishing
(Video 04/15/15) Out of the classroom and on the lake, students in the LSU College of Agriculture are learning skills they will use in their careers. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard went out on the water with a class that was electrofishing. (Runtime: 01:44)
Rice Planting
Weather affects rice planting in Louisiana
(Video 04/15/15) Rice planting in southwest Louisiana is virtually through, while planting in northeast Louisiana has come to a standstill because of wet weather. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story. (Runtime: 01:36)
Corn Planting
Louisiana corn planting behind schedule
(Video 04/01/15) For corn farmers across Louisiana, it is a case of déjà vu. Again this year, persistent wet conditions have caused corn planting to run behind schedule, but that may not necessarily be a bad omen for farmers. Craig Gautreaux has this report. (Runtime: 01:30)
Fishing Summit
Louisiana fishermen learn the latest commercial regulations
(Video 03/18/15) Louisiana ranks second nationally in commercial fish landings, and fishing industry representatives gathered in Houma to learn the latest regulations and how to keep their catch fresh for the consumer. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux was there and has this report. (Runtime: 01:28)
Strawberry
Unusual weather delays strawberry crop
(Video 03/18/15) Sweet and juicy strawberries are a springtime ritual in Louisiana. This year, wild swings in the weather have delayed the crop. But consumers shouldn’t be overly concerned because producers expect to be in full production soon. Craig Gautreaux has this report. (Runtime: 01:22)
Residential College
Students learn about the world of aquaculture
(Video 03/04/15) LSU students who live and learn in the Agriculture Residence College participate in tours and field trips to give them a broad view of agriculture in Louisiana. Recently the group visited the LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Research Station, and LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard was there. (Runtime: 01:40)
Livestock Show
Louisiana youth gather for livestock show
(Video 02/18/15) Youth from across Louisiana are in Gonzalez for the 80th annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show. Of course their chickens, cows, lambs, goats and pigs are there, too. The LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard was also at the show and has this story. (Runtime: 01:38)
House Elevation
Homeowners elevate houses for flood protection
(Video 02/05/15) Elevating a home for flood protection is a major task that can be expensive and lead to many anxious moments, but it can also give homeowners a sense of security when the next tropical storm comes ashore. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story of a historic home that is being raised to protect it from future storms. (Runtime: 01:56)
Body Scanner
Students use exciting new body scanning technology
(Video 02/05/15) Students in LSU College of Agriculture’s Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising program are getting hands-on experience with technology new to the fashion industry. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard visited the program and got a look at their body scanner in action. (Runtime: 01:58)
Soybean
Soybean harvest exceeds previous record
(Video 01/21/15) The USDA estimates that U.S. farmers harvested approximately 4 billion bushels of soybeans, exceeding the previous record of nearly 3.4 billion bushels. Farmers in Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi heard the latest developments concerning soybeans, and LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story.(Runtime: 02:02)
Sugarcane
Sugarcane harvest is winding down
(Video 01/07/15) Louisiana’s sugarcane farmers expected to start their harvest late and finish early, but were surprised to find a crop much better than they expected. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard has the story. (Runtime: 1:19)
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2014 Louisiana ag year review
(Video) Louisiana farmers have enjoyed high commodity prices coupled with high yields over the past few years, but 2014 was different. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard looks back over the year in agriculture.
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Caring for horses in winter
(Video 12/24/14) While we don't have brutal winters here in Louisiana typically, livestock such as horses do require special care. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux tells us how to keep horses healthy during the winter.
Wetland
Wetland Exploration Day
(Video 12/15/14) Students at University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge left their classrooms but didn’t travel far to find a little bit of wetland. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard has the story.
Food Modernization Act
Food Modernization Act
(Video 12/8/14) The Food Safety Modernization Act was passed to update food safety regulations with the hope of improving public health. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux explains how the act will influence both producers and consumers.
Citrus
Citrus gets sweeter, juicier with cooler weather
(Video 12/1/14) Tomatoes and peppers are being replaced with satsumas and navel oranges at roadside fruit and vegetable stands. Consumers can find Louisiana citrus this time of the year. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard visited a grower.
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