This Week In Louisiana Agriculture
This Week in Louisiana Agriculture

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Before grilling machines, get-rich-quick real estate programs, and swimsuit models hawking weight loss gadgets, early morning television in Louisiana was dominated by farm programming.

Today, “This Week In Louisiana Agriculture,” the creation of former Louisiana Farm Bureau PR Director and This Week In Louisiana Agriculture host Regnal Wallace, can be viewed across five broadcast stations, three cable affiliates, a webcast, and on RFD-TV. The program is one of the longest-running television programs produced in Louisiana. read more

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