The answer to this question is an emphatic “yes.” Avian Influenza (AI) poses a serious threat to both gamebird producers and the hunt clubs they sell to. You’ll learn how to protect and prepare your hunting club at the NAGA Hunting Club Conference on July 18-20 in Mt. Sterling, Ohio. It’s been seven years since … Continued
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Quality Short-Term Holding Pens Well-maintained birds make for quality flyers, and that’s a fact anyone who’s been in the gamebird business for 15 minutes knows to be true. But once a hunting preserve receives a shipment of birds, quality holding pens make all the difference in the world. A sound system for holding birds can … Continued
This summer, owners and employees from all over the country will gather in the Midwest for the first North American Gamebird Association (NAGA) Hunting Club Conference, July 18-21, 2022, at Deer Creek State Park Lodge and Conference Center in Ohio. NSSF—The Firearm Industry Trade Association, is the Platinum Sponsor for the jam-packed agenda that addresses … Continued
As technology advances, forward thinking hunting preserve owners are utilizing new tools and techniques to retain and grow their customer base. The NAGA Hunting Club Conference will host two featured speakers with unique expertise in this critical area of business. Rianna Hill, who has a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA,) wrote her dissertation on Kansas’s … Continued
THE COUNCIL TO ADVANCE HUNTING AND THE SHOOTING SPORTS OFFERS R3 OPPORTUNITIES By Kristen Black, Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports Participation rates in hunting and target shooting in America are changing, which presents challenges for the future of these activities as well as the current model of conservation in America. Fortunately, one … Continued
Similar legislation passed the House of Representatives earlier in the 114th Congress. As a result, today’s vote brings the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s package closer to enactment than ever before.
New research measuring the impact of America’s game bird farms and hunting preserves reveals that the industry contributes nearly $1.7 billion annually to the U.S. economy.
This figure, along with many others that delve deeper into the industry’s social and economic benefits, comes from the study “Economic Impact of the Gamebird Industry,” which was funded by the National Shooting Sports Foundation for the North American Gamebird Association.
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 2013 Nov/Dec NAGA News is now available on-line. Explore Technology within the Gamebird Industry. Read articles and view Advertisements in PDF format.