Linda Benedict | 2/26/2010 11:35:00 PM
Ag products, animals fascinate students at exhibit
LAKE CHARLES, La. – More than 800 children learned about animals and the origins of their food at Ag Adventures on Feb. 3-4, 2010, held in conjunction with the LSU AgCenter’s Southwest Regional Livestock Show. Read more.
Recycling wood, feral hogs topics at forest landowner forum
CALHOUN, La. – Topics ranged from value-added chemical products from recycled wood to feral hogs at a forum for forest landowners on Jan. 16 at the LSU AgCenter Calhoun Research Station. Read more.
State conservation award goes to LSU AgCenter
The LSU AgCenter has been named 2009 Conservation Communicator of the Year in the 46th annual Governor’s Conservation Achievement Recognition Program. Read more.
Training course focuses on seafood safety
A safe food supply doesn’t just happen, as 28 people could tell you after attending a three-day training session on Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points, commonly called HACCP, at the LSU AgCenter on Feb. 2-4. Read more.
Crop consultants honor sugarcane scientist
ALEXANDRIA, La. – The Louisiana Agricultural Consultants Association inducted Ben Legendre, LSU AgCenter sugarcane scientist, into the Agricultural Hall of Fame during the organization’s annual conference in February 2010. Read more.
(These articles were published in the winter 2010 issue of Louisiana Agriculture.)
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