St.Mary

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. Mary Parish
CONTACT INFORMATION

FRANKLIN
PH: (337) 828-4278
F: (337) 828-4279
Hours: M-TH 8:30am-4:30pm &
F 8:30am-4pm
(closed 12-1pm for lunch)
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 562
Franklin, LA 70538
Street Address:
1500 Hospital Avenue
Franklin, LA 70538
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MORGAN CITY
PH: (985) 384-4634
F: (985) 384-9742
Hours: M-TH 8:30am-4:30pm &
F 8:30am-4pm
(closed 12-1pm for lunch)
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1609
Morgan City, LA 70381
Street Address:
7322 Highway 182
Morgan City, LA 70380
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Insurance Website:
www.stmaryfarmbureau.com


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St. Mary 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: Mark Chauvin
1st Vice President: Jaime Segura
2nd Vice President: Kevin Breaux
Secretary-Treasurer: Daniel Luke
Ag in the Classroom Chair: Jaime Segura
Women's Leadership Committee Chair: Dana Judice
Young Farmers & Ranchers Chair: Wilson & Dana Judice
 

2014 St. Mary Parish Agricultural Production

St. Mary Parish is southeast of Lafayette and northwest of New Orleans, nestled between the Atchafalaya River Basin and the Gulf of Mexico. Much of its land is used for agriculture. St. Mary Parish is one of the highest-producing sugarcane parishes in the state. St. Mary's economy is very diverse and includes agriculture, shipbuilding, fabrication, and freshwater and saltwater fisheries. 

Total Agricultural Production: $67,977,812
>>Total Plant Enterprises Production: $555,943,913
>>Total Fisheries & Wildlife Enterprises Production: $9,714,455
>>Total Animal Enterprises Production: $2,319,444
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