Iberia

The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization with a membership of nearly 150,000. We're committed to the development and prosperity of Louisiana's farmers, ranchers and agriculture. We are a private, non-profit, non-governmental agency established in 1922 to bring a voice to agricultural issues.

The Louisiana Farm Bureau is made up of volunteer leaders at the local, parish and statewide levels. Each parish has a parish Farm Bureau, with its own president and board members. 


Iberia Parish
CONTACT INFORMATION

PH: (337) 369-9315
F: (337) 367-0226

Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 12509
New Iberia, LA 70562

Street Address:
1320 East Admiral Doyle Drive
New Iberia, LA 70560
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Insurance Website:
www.iberiafarmbureau.com


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Iberia Parish Farm Bureau

The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization with a membership of nearly 150,000. We're committed to the development and prosperity of Louisiana's farmers, ranchers and agriculture. We are a private, non-profit, non-governmental agency established in 1922 to bring a voice to agricultural issues.

The Louisiana Farm Bureau is made up of volunteer leaders at the local, parish and statewide levels. Each parish has a parish Farm Bureau, with its own president and board members. 
 

Parish Board of Directors

Parish President: Ricky Gonsoulin
Vice President: Benson Langlinais
Secretary-Treasurer: René Simon
Women's Leadership Committee Chair: Jenny Guidry
Young Farmers & Ranchers Chair: Chris Patout
 

2014 Iberia Parish Agricultural Production

Iberia Parish is a coastal parish that focuses on protecting the coastline and maintaining the fisheries industry. Sugarcane is the dominant crop in the parish. 

Total Agricultural Production: $105,240,189
>>Total Plant Enterprises Production: $82,492,758
>>Total Fisheries & Wildlife Enterprises Production: $7,400,776
>>Total Animal Enterprises Production: $15,346,656
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