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Poultry Producers Advised To Guard Against Avian Cholera In Wake Of Arkansas Waterfowl Deaths

December 6, 2017 by Dan Johnson

LITTLE ROCK – During the last four weeks, waterfowl have been reported dead at seven localized areas in northeast and east central Arkansas. Four of these incidents included white-fronted geese (specklebellies) and a small number of dabbling ducks. Three other incidents have included mostly snow geese. Tests are still pending for some birds found dead, […]

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2018 NAGA Convention Agenda Addresses Gamebird Industry’s Top Challenges

November 2, 2017 by Dan Johnson

The 2018 NAGA Annual Educational Conference and Convention will tackle head-on the biggest challenges facing gamebird producers and hunting preserve operators. Set for Jan. 15-17 at downtown Seattle’s Renaissance Hotel, the event offers a full schedule of information-packed sessions and presentations covering critical issues, along with expert advice and money-making tips for all phases of […]

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Cast Your Vote!

October 9, 2017 by Dan Johnson

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 […]

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Family Traditions

September 27, 2017 by NAGA Webmaster

By Emily Johnson, Young NAGA Member Pursues Dream of Raising Pheasants Isaac Evans, one of the North American Gamebird Association’s youngest members, is already well on his way to carving out a future in the gamebird industry. Evans, of Santaquin, Utah, is a 16-year-old high school student at nearby Salem Hills High School, and he […]

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Dealing With Flooded Guns And Ammunition

September 12, 2017 by Dan Johnson

NAGA’s allies at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer’s Institute (SAAMI) have information for upland hunters, competitive shooters and other firearms owners who, In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, are wondering if guns and ammunition submerged by flood waters may be salvaged and safely used. SAAMI, founded […]

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Report: Farm Bill Works For Landowners And Birds

August 4, 2017 by Dan Johnson

“State Of the Birds 2017” Identifies Benefits For Agriculture, Forestry And Conservation The State of the Birds 2017 report, released yesterday by the North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI), documents the many benefits the Farm Bill—America’s single largest source of conservation funding for private lands—has delivered to birds, farmers, and rural communities. For more than […]

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