The NAGA Board of Directors conducts and supervises all aspects of the association’s business. Board members, elected by the membership, serve three-year terms. One third of board members are up for election each year. The Board of Directors elects the officers.

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NAGA Officers

Brian Beavers – Kansas, President and Treasurer

Peg Ballou – Ohio, First Vice President

Todd Laudenslager – Pennsylvania, Second Vice President

Tim Zindl – Wisconsin, Immediate Past President

Robert Sexton – Ohio, Executive Director

Stephanie Spika Hickey – Virginia, Communications Director

Board of Directors

Dr. Doug Anderson – Georgia, 2023

Sam Ballou – Ohio, 2021

Mike Forsgren – Minnesota, 2023

Bernadette Gilliland – Pennsylvania, 2020

Andy Hairston – Idaho, 2022

Rick Kuhl – New Jersey, 2022

Todd Laudenslager – Pennsylvania, 2022

William MacFarlane – Wisconsin, 2020

Mike Martz – Pennsylvania, 2022

Scott Meyer – Minnesota, 2021

Jay Sutherland – Utah, 2021

Carrie Wierzba – Wisconsin, 2021

NAGA Board of Advisors

NAGA Advisors are employed in strategic governmental offices, avian diagnostic laboratories and private sector positions apprise the organization of and advise us on developing situations both desirable and undesirable throughout the United States.

Dr. Mickey Hall, Extension specialist with Clemson University
Dr. Eva Wallner-Pendleton, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Marilyn M. Simunich, Director, Animal Health Laboratory, Idaho State Dept. of Agriculture

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Happy Independence Day from all of us at #NAGA!

The July/August issue of NAGA News is hitting mailboxes this week. We hope you enjoy our latest issue! #NAGA ... See MoreSee Less

The July/August issue of NAGA News is hitting mailboxes this week. We hope you enjoy our latest issue! #NAGA

A NAGA member asks the following:

“I’m looking for a lab that can test quail and eggs. We are having low hatch rates. Can anyone recommend a lab?”

Please respond in the comments with a recommendation, or you’re welcome to message NAGA!
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Well have a call into the Utah lab that I made a phone call to a member and he recommended.... Guess will see if they call me back. the GA lab I cannot get any response to.

Contact your ag extension service

Contact Jeff Mayes, has helped me through a lot of hatching difficulties.

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The May/June issue of NAGA News is out!

In addition to receiving a hard copy in the mail, you can read NAGA News on our website.

What's your favorite article from this issue?
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The May/June issue of NAGA News is out! 
 
In addition to receiving a hard copy in the mail, you can read NAGA News on our website.
 
Whats your favorite article from this issue?

GameBirdCentral.com becomes NAGA Gamebird Central

The new webpage operates similar to its predecessor. You need to be a member of NAGA to place an ad on NAGA Gamebird Central. Placing an ad costs $25 and it will be live on the website for one month. You do not, however, have to be a member of NAGA to see listings on NAGA Gamebird Central.

Read the full article here:
northamericangamebird.com/game-bird-central-becomes-naga-gamebird-central/
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GameBirdCentral.com becomes NAGA Gamebird Central
 
The new webpage operates similar to its predecessor. You need to be a member of NAGA to place an ad on NAGA Gamebird Central. Placing an ad costs $25 and it will be live on the website for one month. You do not, however, have to be a member of NAGA to see listings on NAGA Gamebird Central.
 
Read the full article here:
https://northamericangamebird.com/game-bird-central-becomes-naga-gamebird-central/

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