THE VOICE OF LOUISIANA AGRICULTURE RADIO NETWORK

Since 1974, the Louisiana Radio Network has been providing Farmers and Ranchers with specific information about the Agriculture Community. Reports include everything from news to commodity pricing to reviews of the newest products available to the Ag Community.

Our Ag Network is led by veteran Farm Director Don Molino. He can be reached at: don@louisianaradionetwork.com.

If you would like information on how to advertise on our Ag Network, please call Steve Lechich at 225-291-2727 ex 206 or write to him at steve@louisianaradionetwork.com. You can view our media kit HERE.

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The Voice of Louisiana Agriculture Radio Network broadcasts occur daily, Monday - Friday. Here is our program list:

5:00am

Louisiana Cotton Report
Summary of Cotton Industry current events.

6:05am

The Morning Report
Market information, agri-news and analysis.

7:05am

Market Preview
Analysis of the previous days activity, a preview of today.

9:45am

Opening Markets
Market prices at the open

10:35am

Mid-Morning Markets
The latest on all commodity trading.

11:25am

Livestock Markets
Mid-Day cattle & hog prices

12:15pm

Noon Report
Commodity pricing updates from major markets, plus news and commentary.

1:50pm

Closing Markets
Final grain and cotton prices

2:25pm

Closing Livestock Market
Closing cattle and hog prices

3:05pm

Market Finals
Settlement prices on major commodity exchanges & analysis.

 

 


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