The North American Gamebird Association is announcing that its annual convention, scheduled for February in Las Vegas, has been postponed one year and relocated to a different hotel. The convention will now be held January 31 – February 2, 2022 at Bally’s Las Vegas. Bally’s is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, … Continued
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New Albany, Ohio. (October 17, 2020) – As the time of restricted social activities has stretched far longer than anyone expected, one thing has become clear – people are looking for safe ways to have fun. This trend has been reflected in record purchases of boats, RV’s and even increases in hunting and fishing licenses. … Continued
With the North American Gamebird Association’s 2021 Educational Conference and Convention on the horizon, now is the perfect time to start planning your trip to Las Vegas, Nev. In addition to the convention’s full schedule of informative sessions, panel discussions and networking opportunities specifically targeted to gamebird producers, hunting preserve operators and outdoor industry members, … Continued
By Rob Sexton, NAGA Executive Director The old saying goes, “When in Rome …,” which generally means that people should follow the behavior and habits of the people in the area they are visiting. Hopefully this meant that you visited one of the live blues joints in Memphis if you were with us for the … Continued
On April 9th, the United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS) confirmed highly pathogenic H7N3 avian influenza (HPAI) in a commercial turkey flock in South Carolina. Click HERE for tips on spotting infections early, preventing exposures, and the importance of communicating biosecurity protocols to everyone on your farm or preserve.
Over the last two weeks, an increasing number of states have heavily restricted businesses and travel, with six, so far, going as far as issuing “shelter-in-place” orders that limit travel, business operations and activities to those that are defined as “essential.” Although many of these orders are similarly worded, there are enough differences to leave … Continued