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:

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 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:


Louisiana Cotton Report
Summary of Cotton Industry current events.


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


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


Opening Markets
Market prices at the open


Mid-Morning Markets
The latest on all commodity trading.


Livestock Markets
Mid-Day cattle & hog prices


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


Closing Markets
Final grain and cotton prices


Closing Livestock Market
Closing cattle and hog prices


Market Finals
Settlement prices on major commodity exchanges & analysis.



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  • Kim Jong Nam was exposed to nerve agent: police

    Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, had been exposed to nerve agent, police in Malaysia said Thursday.According to the police, a preliminary analysis found VX nerve agent on the face of the victim, who was killed on Feb. 13.The Centers for Disease Control says VX "is a human-made chemical warfare agent classified as a nerve agent." "Nerve agents are the most toxic and rapidly acting of the known chemical warfare agents," the site adds.According to The Associated Press, two women suspected of poisoning Kim Jong Nam were trained to deliver toxic substances by putting them on their hands and wiping them on his face."We strongly believe it is a planned thing and that they have been trained to do that. This is not just like shooting a movie," said Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar, according to the AP.As of Tuesday, four people had been arrested, including the two women. At least one claimed she was tricked into participating...
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