This publication presents estimates of projected costs and returns for sugarcane production in Louisiana for the 2019 crop year.
The 2019 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model was developed to assist sugarcane producers in planning for the 2019 crop year.
This report provides estimates of the unrecovered planting costs of plant cane and stubble sugarcane crops.
This report provides estimates of allocated planting costs applicable to the 2018 crop year.
Sugarcane is a perennial crop with seedcane expansion, initial crop planting and succeeding harvests occurring over a period of several years.
This spreadsheet calculates the per hour and per acre cost of conducting a field activity using the tractor and implement combination you select.
This report provides provides a procedure to estiamte the total planting investment a producer would have in an acre of sugarcane.
The 2018 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model was developed to assist sugarcane producers in planning for the 2018 crop year.
This publication presents estimates of projected costs and returns for sugarcane production in Louisiana for the 2018 crop year.
The unrecovered planting costs for Sugarcane.
The costs of precision grading represent a long term investment in the productive capacity and profitability of crop land.
The 2016 Sugarcane Research Annual Report is broken down into smaller sections for your review. Each PDF document can be accessed by selecting the links provide
This Excel spreadsheet is a farm planning/decision tool that was developed to assist growers in planning for the 2017 crop year.
This document contains enterprise budgets for sugarcane produced in Louisiana for the 2017 crop year.
After Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana on August 29, 2005, the AgCenter quickly began to assess the damage caused to the agriculture, forestry, and fisheries industries. Since those initial estimates, the AgCenter has refined its projections and now pegs the total economic impact due to losses in revenue and additional production costs at slightly over $1.0 billion.
Based on the information known at the time of the storm, and given the historical value of these industries to the state, the AgCenter was able to provide preliminary estimates on losses of revenue due to production losses.