The North American Gamebird Association (NAGA) has announced the hiring of Britney Booth as the organization’s Director of Communications.
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NAGA Board of Directors Election Voting Deadline Is Oct. 15 A reminder to North American Gamebird Association members that Oct. 15 is the deadline for voting in this fall’s NAGA Board of Directors election. NAGA is conducting the election to fill four upcoming board openings. The September-October NAGA News contains a voter’s guide with biographies … Continued
GULFPORT, MS—Jan. 23, 2017—Gamebird producers and hunting preserve operators from across the continent are gathered on the Gulf Coast this week for the 85th annual North American Gamebird Association’s Educational Conference and Convention, which runs Jan. 23-25 at the Island View Resort Casino Gulfport, Mississippi. The convention includes a lineup of seminars and presentations from … Continued
The North American Gamebird Association’s partnership with Market Financial Group offers NAGA members options for affordable and industry-specific insurance programs. Illinois-based Market Financial offers a proven, step-by-step approach to risk management that analyzes individual businesses from the ground up, identifies risks and exposures unique to the operation, and then implements coverage programs tailored to address … Continued
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza (HPAI) in a wild mallard duck from a state wildlife refuge near Fairbanks, Alaska.
A new partnership with Market Financial Group promises to provide North American Gamebird Association members with affordable and industry-specific insurance programs.
With an annual capacity approaching 100,000 tons, the Glencoe plant features the industry’s latest developments in safety, quality and efficiency.
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.
A new study just released from the University of Minnesota says farmers tilling fields near turkey barns may have fueled the spread of last spring’s avian influenza outbreak.
According to the study, soil in the tilled fields may have been contaminated with the droppings of migrating birds believed to be a source of the highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza.