Louisiana Corn Harvest: Good prices are offsetting the expensive crop

Louisiana’s corn harvest is nearing the halfway point and farmers have been mostly pleased with the results. It was an expensive crop to grow this year, but good prices are offsetting much of the cost.

Earlier in the year, some Louisiana farmers were able to book their corn at more than $7/bushel.

LSU AgCenter’s Craig Gautreaux shares this update.


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