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DEMCO and the Louisiana Council of Farmer Cooperatives (LCFC) teamed up to provide a complimentary lunch for the 25 participants in LSU’s Ag Leadership Development Program on Wednesday.
The luncheon took place at the Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation offices in Baton Rouge where participants were attending classroom sessions.
Program director Dr. Bobby Soileau thanked the two sponsors for their support of the program. “These ag leaders are very passionate about their industry and they put a lot of time and effort into improving their operations and learning more about market trends and how to make their businesses succeed,” Soileau said. “They know that our country depends on the food and fiber grown by American farmers. It’s just great to know that someone cares enough about what they’re doing to come in and provide a nice meal like this.” The chicken barbecue lunch was sponsored by DEMCO, a member-owned electric cooperative based in Central, La., located just outside of Baton Rouge.
According to DEMCO Vice President of Marketing and Member Services David Latona, “It’s a real pleasure for us to have the opportunity to contribute to the program in some small way. Dr. Soileau has been a tremendous leader of this program over the years and the students work very hard to acquire the knowledge they need to operate as efficiently and productively as possible.”
LCFC Secretary Lenny Waguespack was also on hand to thank the group of students for their role in keeping the ag economy moving in a positive direction. “Our organization has been in support of Louisiana agriculture for many decades. We’re here to help our farmers in any way we can. They truly are the backbone of our country and you can tell that they really care a lot about the welfare and well-being of our state and our nation.”
The Ag Leadership Program was created in 1988 to enhance leadership in rural Louisiana. It is a highly successful two-year course of study that prepares men and women for future challenges. The program includes seminars, on-site tours, personal skills improvement, and meetings with business and governmental leaders. Visit www.lsuagcenter.com for more information.
Pictured at the Louisiana Farm Bureau office in Baton Rouge were Dr. Bobby Soileau, Chanon Johnson of DEMCO, Lenny Waguespack of First South Farm Credit, Clay Hebert of Louisiana Land Bank, and David Latona of DEMCO.
Serving up the barbecue chicken meal were DEMCO representatives Chanon Johnson, Nakita Ricard, Tommy Holland, Mary Broussard, David Latona and Penny Fruge.
Longtime LA Land Bank members, Mark & Felicia Garrett, show off their haul from the Cane River. The Garrett’s were winners of the Shreveport Office’s Customer Appreciation Dinner grand prize of a guided fishing trip with Pro Angler and Fishing Guide, Homer [...]
Pic #1 – LA Land Bank was the buyer of the Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb at the 2021 LA State Fair Junior Livestock Sale held Nov. 3rd. Representing the Land Bank are employees Tammy Ogrinc, Jon Fielder, Joel Gray & David Ogletree from the Shreveport Office. [...]
Congratulations to Gregory Kincaid for winning the Outstanding Master Farmer Award.
Franklin Parish farmer Gregory Kincaid, center, was presented the Outstanding Master Farmer Award on Jan. 9, 2020. Pictured from left are Michael Salassi, LSU [...]
David Ogletree represented Louisiana Land at the State Fair of Louisiana Steer Show on Sunday. The 2019 Grand Champion Louisiana Bred steer exhibitor was Leslie Rodriguez from Caddo Parish, who received a $1000 premium award from Louisiana Land Bank. The 2019 Reserve [...]
More than 700 Farm Credit customers, employees and directors took to Capitol Hill this week to talk about Farm Credit's impact on agriculture and rural America as part of #FarmCreditFlyIn2019.
We appreciate each one of you advocating on behalf of the Farm Credit [...]
Congratulations to former LLB board member, Pat Richard, for receiving an achievement award at the 2019 Assumption Parish Field Day. Louisiana Land Bank appreciated the opportunity to sponsor the steak lunch.
The Opelousas Customer Appreciation Dinner was held again this year at the Steamboat Warehouse Restaurant in Washington, La. David Bergeron, VP/Branch Manager and his staff enjoy this special time of year to say "thanks" to all their customers for their business and for [...]
The Port Allen Customer Appreciation Dinner was held again this year at the LSU Rural Life Museum in Baton Rouge, La. Great turnout, great food and great fellowship! Kyle Glover, VP/Branch Manager and his staff always appreciate the opportunity to say "thank you" to all their [...]
The Arcadia Branch Customer Appreciation Dinner was a great success...full capacity! Marcel Vandenoord, VP Branch Manager and his staff said "THANKS AGAIN" and expressed their appreciation to all stockholders for another wonderful year.
Louisiana 4-H, FFA and the LA Council of Farmer Cooperatives teamed up to stage the annual Youth Leadership Conference at Camp Grant Walker in Pollock, Louisiana. Clay Hebert, Loan Officer for our Port Allen branch office participates in the conference each year.
The Hammond Customer Appreciation Dinner was held again this year at The Berry Barn in Amite, La. Marcell Parker, VP/Branch Manager and his staff enjoyed saying "thanks again" to all their customers for another wonderful year. Also, CEO Stephen Austin presented Cassie and [...]
The Shreveport Customer Appreciation Dinner was a great success again this year. This year's recipient of the Sonny Stinson Appreciation Award was husband and wife team, Donnie and Laura Lee Leflett. They own and operate cattle ranches in Bossier Parish, Louisiana, as well as [...]
It was a record turnout for the Alexandria Customer Appreciation Dinner last week! Ted Gauthier, VP/Branch Manager and staff look forward each year for the opportunity to say "thank you" to all their loyal customers for doing business with Louisiana Land Bank.
Congratulations to Louisiana Land Bank customers Ramon and Brittany Rami on the purchase of their new home and acreage. David Bergeron, VP/Branch Manager of our Opelousas office, was very appreciative to have the opportunity to assist the Rami family with their recent [...]
Louisiana Land Bank was proud to help sponsor the 2019 annual meeting of the Teche Growers Association.
The Teche Growers Association is a non-profit, members based association dedicated to the education, preservation and promotion of the farming and agriculture [...]
The Monroe-Tallulah Customer Appreciation Dinner was held at the Rayville Civic Center in Rayville, La. on February 21st. The staff looks forward each year for the opportunity to say "thank you" to all their customers for allowing Louisiana Land Bank to assist them with their [...]
Louisiana Land Bank, ACA, conducted its first Young Farmer Advisory Council meeting for 2019 in Alexandria on January 14-15th. The meeting was very informative including presentations on leasing, tax law changes that impact agriculture and cash flow discussions. Louisiana [...]
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Members of the 2018 class of Louisiana Master Farmers received certificates during the annual Louisiana Association of Conservation Districts meeting at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Baton Rouge. To qualify, they had to attend educational sessions [...]
Louisiana Land Bank was a proud sponsor for premium money to each exhibitor in recognition of Louisiana Bred Steers from the 2018 Louisiana State Fair held in Shreveport, La. The Champion, Owen Dominque from Lafayette Parish, received $1000 while the Reserve Champion, [...]
Louisiana Land Bank CEO, Stephen Austin, proudly presented a $7,500.00 check to the Young Farmer & Rancher Excellence in Agriculture award recipient, Jamie Lee, during the 2018 La. Farm Bureau Federation's annual convention in New Orleans.
Cassie and Darrell Sinagra, left, of Amite, La., attended the 2018 Farm Credit Young Leaders Program on behalf of Louisiana Land Bank. They celebrated the completion of the program in Mount Vernon, Va., with Stan Ray, right, Farm Credit Bank of Texas Chief Administrative [...]
Louisiana Land Bank CEO Stephen Austin and Louisiana Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain spoke at the Louisiana 100 Century Farm program during this year's presentation at the annual Louisiana Farm Bureau convention. Louisiana Land Bank was honored again this year to help [...]
Mr. Burns, a long-time customer of Louisiana Land Bank, passed away Friday, May 18th in Jonesboro, Louisiana. “Mr. Joe” founded Burns Forest Products in Danville, La. He was a forester and a true conservationist and will be missed dearly by those who knew him.
Winnsboro Branch Manager Jonathan Wright presented Bo Beard with a $600 scholarship donation from Louisiana Land Bank this year at the Franklin Parish Academic Achievement Banquet. Bo plans to attend LSU in the fall and major in Bio-Chemistry.
The Louisiana Council of Farmer Cooperatives Youth Conference was held last week at Camp Grant Walker in Pollock, La. LLB Loan Officer, Clay Hebert from the Port Allen branch office, is treasurer for this organization and enjoyed meeting the 88 high school 4-H'ers!
LLB CEO, Stephen Austin, presented Christopher Addison, doctoral recipient, a $2,000.00 scholarship during the Louisiana Agricultural Consultants Association's Technology & Management Conference. The conference was held on February 14th in Marksville, La.
Grady Coburn, LLB board director and owner of Pest Management Enterprises and wife Barbara, presented the Master Scholarship award to James Villegas at the Louisiana Agriculture and Consultants Technology & Management Conference in Marksville, La.
LLB CEO Stephen Austin attended the Northeast Louisiana District Livestock Show Supporter Recognition Banquet which was held at the Delhi Civic Center. Louisiana Land Bank is a proud corporate sponsor of this event each year!
Pictured: From left to right are Bill Richardson, LSU vice president for agriculture; Stephen Austin, president and CEO of Louisiana Land Bank; Ronnie Levy, coordinator of the Louisiana Master Farmer Program; Richard; Kevin Norton, state conservationist [...]
Pictured: Daisy and Charlie Schudmak of Port Allen, La., attended the 2017 Farm Credit Young Leaders Program on behalf of Louisiana Land Bank. They celebrated the completion of the program in New York City with Stan Ray, right, Farm Credit Bank of Texas [...]