Summary of USDA Meetings April 2019 in Maryland and Washington DC By Todd Laudenslager, Mahantongo Game Farms In April, I was asked to attend two important USDA meetings on behalf of the NAGA, as well as report back on them to the membership. The first meeting was held on April 17, 2019, at the APHIS … Continued
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By Emily Johnson, Young NAGA Member Pursues Dream of Raising Pheasants Isaac Evans, one of the North American Gamebird Association’s youngest members, is already well on his way to carving out a future in the gamebird industry. Evans, of Santaquin, Utah, is a 16-year-old high school student at nearby Salem Hills High School, and he … Continued
The Jan/Feb 2016 issue of NAGA News focuses on Women and Children in the Shooting Sports. As you explore this issue, feel free to print your favorite articles and share them with your friends and customers.
Revisit the 2015 Nov/Dec issue of The NAGA News. Access all pages of this vital issue on Employees Relation and other important industry news. Please share this information with your customers and employees. Print PDF versions of individual articles with their advertisements.
Having the opportunity to hunt and access to hunting land are two of the most critical components to the retention of both new and existing hunters.
The 2015 Sep/Oct issue of NAGA News explores all things Sporting Clays. You will also find the latest on 2016 Convention planning, the on-going ramifications of last springs AI outbreak and more.
The May/June 2015 issue of the NAGA News focused on Survival & Political Ties. The well thought-out issue provides detailed information key to the Gamebird Industry. Plus it contains vital articles on Avian Influenza, FDA Drug Certification and more.
Canada geese are probably the most adaptable and tolerant of all native waterfowl. If left undisturbed, they will readily establish nesting territories on any suitable pond, be it located on a farm, backyard, golf course, apartment or condominium complex, or city park. Herein lies one of the major problems. Most people will readily welcome the first pair of geese on their pond, but these geese soon wear out their welcome. In just a few years a pair of geese can easily become 50 to 100 birds that are fouling the area around the pond and surrounding yards, as well as damaging landscaping, gardens, and other vegetation.
The 2016 NAGA Educational Conference and Convention will be held at the Holiday Inn Orlando – Downtown Disney® Area in Orlando, FL from January 11-13, 2016. Registration is now open!
The 2016 NAGA Educational Conference and Convention will be held at the Holiday Inn – Lake Buena Vista January 11-13, 2016.
The Holiday Inn Lake Buena Vista is located adjacent to Downtown Disney, 16 miles from the Orlando International Airport. NAGA has negotiated discounted Convention rates of $119 for a Standard View Room and $129 for a Pool View Room.