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Located in Urania, LA, the new sawmill now employs 115 people following its opening earlier this year. 


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Located in Urania, LA, the new sawmill now employs 115 people following its opening earlier this year. 

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$115M Sawmill Facility Dedicated In Central Louisiana

Located in Urania, LA, the new sawmill now employs 115 people following its opening earlier this year. 

Louisiana’s Agribusiness Sector Expands

From sustainable row crops such as sugarcane and soybeans, to world-class fisheries, livestock production and vast forestlands, Louisiana is advancing itsr agribusiness industry through value-added projects.

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