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Louisiana: Sugarcane Harvest Grinds to a Successful

2019-1-22  The grinding season usually ends in early January, but mills went as much as two weeks later. The last two mills to finish were LASUCA in St. Martinville and the St. Mary Sugar Coop in Jeanerette. Both expected to complete grinding Jan. 19. The cane yield will be around 38.8 tons per acre, compared to 36.6 tons last year.

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2020-21 Cane Crop Looks Like a New Record —

2021-2-16  Gravois said all mills have ended their grinding season except the Louisiana Sugarcane Cooperative mill in St. Martinville, which is expected to shut down for the season by week’s end. Mark Carriere, LSU AgCenter agent in Pointe Coupee and Iberville parishes, said farmers were pleased in his area after they finished harvest in early January, and they were grateful the crop didn’t encounter any

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Louisiana Sugar Cane Grinding Season Wraps Up - Biz

2015-12-31  THIBODAUX, LA (AP) — Frequent rain and muddy conditions made the closing sugar-cane harvesting season a rough one for area farmers and mill operators. Bobby Gravois, a sugar-cane farmer in Thibodaux, tells The Daily Comet’s Meredith Burns it was a bad grind because of all the mud.

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The Last Row of Cane: 2014 Grinding Season Oak

2021-6-14  Fall is the Grinding Season here in South Louisiana! What a magical time it is for the farmers and their families; they finally get to reap the rewards of a year of hard work. Our staff witnessed a local farmer cutting down the field next to our historic property, and we thought we would capture some of it on video, and share it with you.

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Drive Safely During Sugarcane Harvest - State of

2019-9-16  “As sugarcane grinding season ramps up this September, farmers are harvesting and trucking their cane to mills in south Louisiana which means more slow moving agricultural equipment and 18-wheeler trucks are on the roadway,” Strain said. “Farmers and the public alike must all do their part to drive safely during sugarcane harvest.

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Long, difficult sugar cane season finally grinds to halt ...

2019-1-23  Both expected to complete grinding Jan. 19. The cane yield will be around 38.8 tons per acre, compared to 36.6 tons last year. “The only way to process that is

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LASUCA: A sugar mill preparing for the future -

2018-2-1  John Hebert, LASUCA agriculture division manager, said the mill ground slightly more than 1.31 million tons of cane, compared to 1.03 million tons last year, producing 300 million pounds of sugar. The grinding season began Sept. 20 and

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Raisin’ Cane (Syrup) - My New Orleans

2020-10-30  Cane syrup, once known as New Orleans syrup, is a product particularly associated with Louisiana. Historically, it was a sweetener made on small family farms by grinding sugarcane and boiling down the juice to make syrup. During World War I, the government encouraged the use of cane syrup

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FAQ's — Southern Cane

Originally, people chewed raw sugar cane to extract its sweetness. Four U.S. states produce sugar cane: Louisiana, Florida, Hawaii and Texas . A stalk of the sugar cane plant contains 12-14% sucrose. The process of separating sugar from the sugar cane plant is accomplished in two steps, first at raw sugar mills and then at sugar refineries.

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6 Facts About Sugar Cane Iberia Travel

2021-6-13  4. Louisiana Sugar Cane. Sugar cane has been an integral part of the south Louisiana economy and culture for more than 200 years. When Jesuit priests first brought sugar cane into south Louisiana in 1751, little did they know that the foundation was being laid for an industry that now contributes $2 billion to the Louisiana

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Sugar-cane grinding season comes to an end - News -

2017-12-27  Louisiana produces about 13 million tons of cane on more than 400,000 acres in 22 parishes, according to the Thibodaux-based American Sugar Cane

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Sugarcane Grinding Season Coming To An End —

2021-1-28  The Louisiana sugarcane grinding season has been a long one and very successful. Mills started grinding cane in September with the end coming some four months later. LSU AgCenter reporter Craig Gautreaux has this report. SEE MORE. LSU AgCenter,

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Louisiana Sugar Cane Grinding Season Wraps Up - Biz

2015-12-31  Louisiana Sugar Cane Grinding Season Wraps Up. 12/31/2015. Biz New Orleans Site Staff, THIBODAUX, LA (AP) — Frequent rain and muddy conditions made the closing sugar-cane harvesting season a rough one for area farmers and mill operators.

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Raisin’ Cane (Syrup) - My New Orleans

2020-10-30  Cane syrup, once known as New Orleans syrup, is a product particularly associated with Louisiana. Historically, it was a sweetener made on small family farms by grinding sugarcane and boiling down the juice to make syrup. During World War I, the government encouraged the use of cane syrup and molasses as part of a voluntary sugar rationing program, but the...

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Sugar Cane Farmers: Outlook Optimistic The

2012-10-4  Grinding is the process of extracting juices from the sugar cane stalk. It begins in early fall and lasts through late December or early January. The sugar cane industry has an annual impact of ...

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Producers of Raw Cane Sugar and Black Strap Molasses

LaSuCa's factory produces raw sugar and black strap molasses only.The factory is located on the north east bank of the Bayou Teche, 2.9 miles of north of St Martinville. LaSuCa's factory produces raw sugar and black strap molasses only. On April 22, 1974, Levert St John sold the sugar factory to area sugar cane

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LASUCA - American Sugar Cane League

Louisiana Sugar Cane Co-Operative: Planning for the Future It is said that prosperity is a great teacher, but adversity is a much tougher taskmaster. Those opposing ideas faced the management of the old Breaux Bridge Sugar Cooperative and the St. Martin Sugar Cooperative back in the 1980s and 90s.

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Cane Mills - SYRUPMAKERS

2013-10-20  Cane Mills. This page is dedicated to pictures of cane mills used in the production of sorghum syrup or syrup from sugar cane. Some of them are powered by horses or mules on a 'sweep', and some of them are power mills run by gas engines or electric motors.

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6 Facts About Sugar Cane Iberia Travel

2021-6-13  4. Louisiana Sugar Cane. Sugar cane has been an integral part of the south Louisiana economy and culture for more than 200 years. When Jesuit priests first brought sugar cane into south Louisiana in 1751, little did they know that the foundation was being laid for an industry that now contributes $2 billion to the Louisiana economy.

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SouthernMatters - Sugar Cane - Main Test

Sugar Cane - Main. Cane mills mean a simpler time to me. They bring forth images of friends and families working cooperatively in community-oriented, low-impact subsistence farming. Many mills, like many plants, remind me of particular people who have gone on. Some of the descriptions on these pages will reveal these nostalgic connections to ...

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Home - Raceland Raw Sugar Corporation

Home - Raceland Raw Sugar Corporation. Raceland Raw Sugar, LLC was built in 1892 in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana under the ownership of Godchaux Sugars. In 1996 M. A. Patout Son, LTD, LLC purchased the factory as a wholly owned subsidiary. Today, Raceland Raw Sugar receives cane from seven neighboring parishes and has a grinding capacity of ...

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Louisiana Sugar Cane - Eye Wander Photo

Louisiana Sugar Cane photography by Eye Wander Photo. Learn more and view our art prints of the Ourso sugar cane farm. ... Grinding/Sugar Mill. When cane is one year old, a chopper/harvester machine pulled by a combine tractor cuts the 8-foot tall cane and it spits it out into a side wagon as 6-8” pieces. When it’s filled, the wagon is ...

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Producers of Raw Cane Sugar and Black Strap Molasses

LaSuCa's factory produces raw sugar and black strap molasses only.The factory is located on the north east bank of the Bayou Teche, 2.9 miles of north of St Martinville. LaSuCa's factory produces raw sugar and black strap molasses only. On April 22, 1974, Levert St John sold the sugar factory to area sugar cane

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Blog Archives - Louisiana Farm Ranch

2020-1-1  Patout processed 2.55 million tons of cane last year, but this year’s total will be about 2.1 million, Romero said. Grinding started Sept. 24 at the Enterprise Mill and ended on Dec. 30. Sugar recovery was better than last year, he said, about 208 pounds

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Whistle a sign of cane harvest, big crop for South

2015-10-26  From cane trucks to cane field stubble signs grinding season has started are everywhere, but there's one that can only be heard and its distinctive sound on a crisp day can carry on a northerly ...

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Sugar Cane Farmers: Outlook Optimistic The

2012-10-4  Grinding is the process of extracting juices from the sugar cane stalk. It begins in early fall and lasts through late December or early January. The sugar cane industry has an annual impact of ...

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The Sugar Masters: Planters and Slaves in Louisiana's

The Sugar Masters: Planters and Slaves in Louisiana's Cane World, 1820--1860 [Follett, Richard] on Amazon. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Sugar Masters: Planters and Slaves in Louisiana's Cane World, 1820--1860

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SouthernMatters - Sugar Cane - Main Test

Sugar Cane - Main. Cane mills mean a simpler time to me. They bring forth images of friends and families working cooperatively in community-oriented, low-impact subsistence farming. Many mills, like many plants, remind me of particular people who have gone on. Some of the descriptions on these pages will reveal these nostalgic connections to ...

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Danceaturgy: Sugar cane CANE: a responsive

Laura Plantation is another famous Louisiana sugar plantation, a major tourist attraction today boasting a slave quarters where the Bre’r Rabbit tales were “recorded” in 1840. Sugar Cane Main, which discusses all things sugar cane farming past and present in southern GA and northern FL. Curated by Bill and Nedra Outlaw as part of their ...

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Raising Cane - Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

There are basically four stages: growing the cane, cutting the cane, grinding the juice and cooking the syrup. He explains that sugar is planted by the stalk — not by the seed — and comes back annually, unless there is a hard, long freeze. Raising cane requires consistent watering, as sugar cane is 90 percent water and 10 percent sugar.

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Home - Raceland Raw Sugar Corporation

Home - Raceland Raw Sugar Corporation. Raceland Raw Sugar, LLC was built in 1892 in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana under the ownership of Godchaux Sugars. In 1996 M. A. Patout Son, LTD, LLC purchased the factory as a wholly owned subsidiary. Today, Raceland Raw Sugar receives cane from seven neighboring parishes and has a grinding capacity of ...

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Lula Cane Production - Lula-Westfield

Lula Cane Production. 12,000 Tons Cane / 24 Hours. Factory Information. Exclusive of the office staff, the average number of factory workers is 85 during the grinding season. Cane Handling - Lula uses a 60-ton Fairbanks-Morse scale, 10' x 70', for weighing trucks and carts. In 2008 a 60-ton Fairbanks-Morse scale, 10' x 70', was installed for ...

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Cast Iron Sugar Syrup Kettles Opelousas, LA

The cane grinding season, or roulaison, was a festive time on most plantations. Social gatherings, dances, and candy pullings took place after the cane was ground, and visitors to the plantation sugar-houses were often treated to "hot punch," a drink made of partially boiled cane juice and French brandy.

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Production Info - LASUCA

Scale Info Grinding 2019. Tons In Today: 14284 Tons Previous Tons In: 14692 Tons Total Tons In YTD: 1769556 Tons

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MA Patout

Enterprise Plantation, founded in 1825 by Simeon and Appoline Patout, is the original M. A. Patout Son sugar plantation located in Patoutville, Lousiana. Sterling Sugars and Raceland Raw Sugars were acquired by M. A. Patout Son in 1994 and 1996. The combined capacity of the three mills is 4,600,000 tons of cane annually.

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Cane Land Distilling: From the fields to the bottle ...

2017-6-1  Stewart said the past grinding season was good for Alma. “It was a very profitable year.” Alma has 2,800 acres in cane production and it uses cane from other farmers. Stewart said Alma is the only remaining operation in Louisiana under the original plantation structure with a mill, functioning commissary and living quarters for farm workers.

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Cane Mills - SYRUPMAKERS

2013-10-20  Cane Mills. This page is dedicated to pictures of cane mills used in the production of sorghum syrup or syrup from sugar cane. Some of them are powered by horses or mules on a 'sweep', and some of them are power mills run by gas engines or electric motors.

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Louisiana sugar cane escapes damage from Laura St.

2020-9-4  Louisiana sugar cane escapes damage from Laura St. Mary Now. LSU AgCenter/Olivia McClure. Water stands in a field of New Iberia farmer Ricky Gonsoulin’s sugarcane, which suffered wind damage from Hurricane Laura. A week after the storm, Gonsoulin is still pumping water off his fields.

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Raising Cane - Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

There are basically four stages: growing the cane, cutting the cane, grinding the juice and cooking the syrup. He explains that sugar is planted by the stalk — not by the seed — and comes back annually, unless there is a hard, long freeze. Raising cane requires consistent watering, as sugar cane is 90 percent water and 10 percent sugar.

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Raising Cane’s opens fifth location in Kapolei – Hawaii

Raising Cane’s opens fifth location in Kapolei. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers opened its first location in West Oahu today at the corner of Kapolei Parkway and Fort Barrett Road. The newly constructed 4,123 square foot restaurant, with an additional 485 square foot lanai dining area, is

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