Oregon Senate Bill 723 would make it illegal to host or participate in hunting contests, tournaments or derbies that have the objective of taking wildlife, which could include pen-raised gamebirds, for prizes or entertainment. This bill would ban any event where dogs are trained that awards a ribbon, ranking, medal or a trophy. While it appears the … Continued
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The North American Gamebird Association’s (NAGA) longtime partner the Sportsmen’s Alliance has alerted us to two bills introduced in Oregon that are critical threats to the gamebird industry. Below is information straight from their alert: House Bill 439 would prohibit the confining, restricting or exercising control over movements of gamebirds or game mammals for use … Continued
August 15, 2018, Washington D.C. – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is issuing a final rule outlining the conditions under which USDA will pay indemnity to farms affected by highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). It includes updates to USDA’s February 2016 interim rule. This final rule does three … Continued
From the Animal Agriculture Alliance The Animal Save movement inspires animal rights extremists to demonstrate near entrances of farms and other agricultural facilities by stopping drivers so they can “bear witness” to the livestock. This is potentially dangerous for drivers, the livestock, the protestors and a company’s reputation. Below are some proactive measures to help … Continued
A Central California Water Quality Control Board will be discussing new waste water requirements for poultry operations at its meetings on December 5th and 6th. Central California game bird farms are encouraged to attend this important meeting to hear how the new regulations will affect poultry farms. Meeting location and time information can be found here. You will also find … Continued
Game bird producers and other farmers are being cautioned on new aggressive tactics being used by animal rights activists to misrepresent agriculture and affect public opinion.
The Animal Agriculture Alliance, which is an ally of the North American Gamebird Association, is warning farmers that animal rights activist groups are using unmanned aircraft systems or “drones” in their efforts to capture images and footage for use in media campaigns damaging public perception of animal agriculture.
This Article contains information presented by Gary Goyke at the 83rd Annual NAGA Educational Conference and Convention. See article in the 2015 May/June Issue of NAGA News.
Just before midnight on January 14th, the NYS Senate reviewed a 39 page document in a mere 20 minutes New York State boasted the strictest and most comprehensive gun control laws in the country. Needless to say, gun owners are unhappy with how the process was handled and Cuomo’s satisfaction rating is now at an all time low. Rallies to protest the legislation are slated for Albany in the coming weeks.
In typical Albany fashion, closed door, backroom meetings are being used by Governor Cuomo and other anti-gun legislators to negotiate away your Second Amendment rights exploiting recent tragedies. Governor Cuomo and Mayor Bloomberg’s allies in Albany want outright bans and onerous restrictions on your rights. Here are a few of the items included in the proposal:
Yesterday the Senate Ag and Natural Resources Committee voted to add language onto House Bill 420 that would fix the licensing for commercial bird preserves in Ohio that popped up earlier this year. House Bill 420 has already passed the House of Representatives and is still pending a vote in the Senate Ag and Natural … Continued