St.John

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. 


St. John Parish
CONTACT INFORMATION

LULING
PH: (985) 785-0002
F: (985) 785-1556
Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm 
(closed 12-1pm for lunch)
Mailing Address: 
P.O. Box 1268
Boutte, LA 70039
Street Address: 
50 Wade Street, Suite 9
Luling, LA 70070
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LAPLACE
PH: (985) 652-8571
F: (985) 652-1664
Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm 
(closed 12-1pm for lunch)
Mailing Address: 
P.O. Box 1059
LaPlace, LA 70069-1059
Street Address: 
421 West Airline Highway, Suite A
LaPlace, LA 70068
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Insurance Website: 
www.stcharlesfarmbureau.com


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St. John 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: Cindy Perret
Vice President: Denny Lanaux
Treasurer: David Rodrigue
Ag in the Classroom Chair: Pattie Rodrigue
Women's Leadership Committee Chair: Grace P. Vining
Young Farmers & Ranchers Chair: Cindy Perret
 

2014 St. John Parish Agricultural Production

St. John Parish is located in southeastern Louisiana and is divided by the Mississippi River. The west bank is primarily agricultural, covered with sugarcane fields. Parish industries line the river, including a chemical plant, sugar refinery, grain elevators and an oil refinery. 

Total Agricultural Production: $12,521,201
>>Total Plant Enterprises Production: $11,865,639
>>Total Fisheries & Wildlife Enterprises Production: $313,164
>>Total Animal Enterprises Production: $342,398
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