NAGA Membership rates will increase July 1, 2014. This is the first time the fees have been increased in the past 10 years. You can renew via this website by going to My Profile and clicking on the renew button. If you renew prior to July 1, you will receive the old rate.

On or after July 1, 2014, the various NAGA Membership Level rates be as follows:

$25 – Associate Membership – includes a subscription to the NAGA News which is delivered six times a year.

$75 – Basic Membership – includes:

  • The NAGA News magazine, plus
  • Membership Card
  • Listing in the Membership Directory
  • Listing on the NAGA Website www.mynaga.org
  • Email alerts and information
  • One free classified ad in the NAGA News, (a $25 value)
  • Voting Rights for Board Members and in the annual general business meeting

$150 – Business Membership – includes:

  • Basic Membership services plus
  • a highlighted listing on the NAGA website
  • a second classified ad in the NAGA News (a $50 value)

$400 – Sponsor Membership – includes

  • Business Membership services plus
  • a bold face listing in the NAGA Membership Directory
  • a free business card sized ad in the NAGA Membership Directory (a $75 value)
  • listing in the NAGA News as a Sponsor Member
  • entry into the Sponsor Shotgun drawing at the annual convention

$2,500 – Diamond Sponsor Membership – includes

  • all Sponsor Membership services plus
  • 20% discount on all ads in the NAGA News listing in all NAGA News issues as a Diamond Sponsor
  • boxed boldface listing in the NAGA Membership Directory
  • recognition at the annual convention banquet
  • and a choice of booth locations at the annual NAGA Convention Tradeshow

Renew today by going to www.mynaga.org and clicking on My Profile then Renew Account!

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Join NAGA President Peg Ballou for this important broadcast on ways to discourage waterfowl and other birds from congregating on your farm or club. Your participation is requested with ideas on products, procedures and plans to share with other industry members. ... See MoreSee Less

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Websites that hold this kind of product are not endorsed or necessarily recommended, but the content is here to help you find products that may help deter nondesired birds from remaining around your area. Birdsbgone Laserbird Wildgoosechase Birdbarrier Agrilaser.

Additionally, I mentioned spikes on your posts, owl or swan decoys to deter birds congregating around pens. The swan decoys float in the pond and the incoming ducks and geese stay away. Apparently Swans don't play well with others. Huh, who knew?

And a better one of the metal spinner.

This is the tape I mentioned. Kinda like a mylar bag sliced into strips.

Hey, gang, I am attaching some pictures that wouldn't show on the livestream. This is one of the metal spinners I was talking about.

My problem is starlings and sparrows coming through the 2” net

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