LSU AgCenter Field Days feature a wide range of activities such as field tours, demonstrations, workshops, seminars, and exhibits. Farmers and attendees can learn about new crop varieties, pest management strategies, soil health practices, irrigation techniques, livestock management, and other relevant topics. Experts in various agricultural disciplines, including agronomy, horticulture, animal science, and agricultural engineering, are present to share their knowledge and answer questions.
|Date||Name||Location||Time of Day||Contact|
|28-Jun||H. Rouse Caffey Rice Station Field Day||H. Rouse Caffey Rice Station||Kurt Guidry|
|11-Jul||Row Rice Field Day||4589 Hwy 605, St. Joseph, LA 71366||5:00 pm - 7:30 pm||Dennis Burns|
|13-Jul||Soil Fertility &Best Management Practices in Sugarcane||Keith Dugas Farm, Inc., 5585 LA-1, Napoleonville, LA||8:30 am||Brenda Tubana|
|19-Jul||Soil Fertility Field Day||212-B Macon Ridge Road, Winnsboro, LA||8:30 am - 1:00 pm||Rasel Parvej|
|19-Jul||Area Wide Sugarcane Field Day||Sugar Research Station||Al Orgeron|
|21-Jul||Horticulture Field Day at Hammond Research Station||21549 Old Covington Highway Hammond, LA 70403||8:00 am||Jeb Fields|
|25-Jul||Cotton, Corn, and Soybean Field Day||4589 Hwy 605, St. Joseph, LA 71366||5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.||Dennis Burns|
|31-Aug||Sweet Potato Field Day||Black Gold Farms||Tara Smith|
|14-Sep||Central Region Beef and Forage Field Day||Dean Lee Research and Extension Center||Ashley Edwards & Daniel Stephenson|
|21-Sep||Beef and Forage Field Day||TMB||Wink Allison|
(07/21/23) The LSU AgCenter held its 40th annual sugarcane field day on July 19 in St. Gabriel.
(05/08/23) On an overcast and windy day in Franklin Parish, a group of grain producers gathered to hear the latest updates on crops.
(05/04/23) The skies, though gloomy, did not deter a large crowd of beef cattle and hay producers from attending the LSU AgCenter’s beef and forage field day.
(05/02/23) The LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station will host a wildlife forum and field day May 12.
This is the first annual Peanut Field Day. There are over 2800 acres of peanuts in the NE Region.