Stephanie Spika Hickey has joined the gamebird industry’s trade association as its Director of Communications. Stephanie is a seasoned marketing and communications professional who has previously served in similar roles with Safari Club International, the National Rifle Association and Benelli USA. Stephanie is passionate about preserving our hunting heritage, having grown up in rural Montana. She … Continued
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Cold weather in portions of the United States has produced large concentrations of wild waterfowl in a number of areas, including Maryland—where an aerial survey counted more than 1 million waterfowl in tidal tributaries of Chesapeake Bay. That figure is well above the state’s five-year average and a red flag to producers of gamebirds, chickens … Continued
President’s Letter: Don’t Let Your Guard Down Executive Director’s Report: Those Who Plan Are Rewarded NAGA Health Update: Avian Influenza Reappears In Spring Of 2017 Communications Director’s Report: Reap The Rewards Of Outreach NAGA Health Update Gail Keirn, USDA-APHIS Public Affairs Specialist: Neither Rain or Sleet nor Snow Stops Wildlife Disease Biologists From Collecting Samples … 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
At the beginning of each year, the North American Gamebird Association publishes an Annual Membership Directory, which is distributed to all members of the organization. Presented in magazine format, 8.5” x 11” in size, the directory is a year-round resource for NAGA members, and a great opportunity to grow your business by extend your branding … 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
President’s Letter: Clean Up Your Act Executive Director’s Report: Keeping The Roads Open Predator Highlight: Black Bears Versus Game Birds NAGA Partner News: Pheasants Forever Adds First Hawaii Chapter Communications Director’s Report: When Predators Attack, Keep Your Head Up Industry Insight: Are You Ready For A Successful Hunting Season? – by Kim Shira NAGA Convention: … 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.
With an annual capacity approaching 100,000 tons, the Glencoe plant features the industry’s latest developments in safety, quality and efficiency.
On the heels of research revealing that America’s game bird farms and hunting preserves contribute nearly $1.7 billion to the U.S. economy, a new study shows the overall firearms industry—including selling guns, ammunition and other hunting gear at preserves—pumps another $49 billion into the national lifeline.