Ready, Aim, PULL!

Caddo, Bossier, Claiborne, Desoto, Red River, Sabine and Webster Parish Farm Bureaus are teaming up to host the Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation Sporting Clays Shootout on Friday, April 7 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm to raise money for a good cause.


Each team must designate a team captain upon registration. 4-H Teams designate a coach as captain. Youth teams include 4th-8th grade and 9th-12th grade. Adult teams, ages 18 and up.

PLEASE PRE-REGISTER. All shooters pre-registered by March 15th will be entered into a drawing for a $500 store credit to DeSoto Town & Country. We must receive your registration by March 15th to enter you into the drawing. You must be present during the drawing to win.

Please send check payable to Caddo Parish Farm Bureau, and mail to: Caddo Parish Farm Bureau, 8640 Business Park Dr. Shreveport, LA 71105


20 stations, 100 shots, $135 per person/$540 per team Ammo available for purchase

Meal provided for all shoot participants. Shooters must provide their own gun, ammunition, gear and protective eye and ear wear. Personal Utility Vehicles welcome, but 4-wheelers are not allowed. Golf carts will be available for $85 if pre-ordered with registration. Ammunition will be available for purchase at the event.


Chris Long by email at or by phone at 318-210-4254


All proceeds of the event will support Farm Bureau causes, including the following:

The Louisiana Farm Bureau Foundation awards scholarships each year to eligible graduating high school seniors who plan to pursue degrees in agriculture at Louisiana universities. Since 1993, we have awarded 175 scholarships for a total of $440,000 to aid our future generation of farmers and ranchers.

The Louisiana Ag in the Classroom Foundation provides funding for the Louisiana Ag in the Classroom (AITC) program. The purpose of the AITC program is to increase understanding of agriculture and instill an appreciation for our renewable food, fiber and fuel systems through education. The main way we accomplish this is through showing teachers how to use agriculture in teaching core subjects, such as math, science and social studies.

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