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NIAA Membership Categories & Annual Dues Levels

$1,100   National Associations and Commercial Organizations
    Membership for organizations and corporations that operate at a national or international level, as well as federal agencies (such as USDA's APHIS and FSIS, FDA and DHS).  Multiple organization contacts permitted within this membership, full voting privileges.
     
$550   State Level Associations & Publicly Supported Institutions/Agencies
    Membership for state government agencies, diagnostic laboratories, university-affiliated groups or associations that operate at a state level, and also federal agencies at regional locations. Multiple organization contacts permitted, full voting privileges.
     
$275   Individuals (Self-Employed)
    Membership for self-employed or small entities, such as producers, practitioners/veterinary clinics, retirees or others that do not fit a state or national level membership.  Single contact, full voting privileges.
     
   

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Membership in the NIAA is open to all persons and entities, subject to review and approval by the NIAA Board of Directors.  Membership in the NIAA is not based on race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, religion or political beliefs.  The NIAA provides a forum for open discussion on differing viewpoints affecting agriculture. However, NIAA's Board of Directors reserves the right to deny an application for membership when, in its sole discretion, it determines that an applicant's membership will be unduly disruptive or contrary to the mission and goals of the NIAA.

     

"The opportunity for continuing education through NIAA, I think, is an interesting and exciting concept. In my capacity as association executive, and specifically related in agriculture and the agribusiness field, there aren’t a lot of opportunities for that type of education. So, I am excited that this is a direction NIAA is taking and I hope to take advantage of that."
R. Scott Stuart
President and Chief Executive Officer
National Livestock Producers Association
NIAA Member Since 1979

     

 

 

WHY MEMBERS BELONG...

"NIAA provides important leadership to the industry, and its unique venue addresses important issues in a comprehensive, inclusive manner.  That’s more important now than ever as animal agriculture has never been more dynamic nor faced with so much potential for change.”
Dr. Nevil Speer, Western Kentucky University
NIAA Member Since 2006
   
"NIAA fills an important niche as it provides essential information to those within the industry and serves as a forum for the discussion of issues important to the livestock industries. The need for sharing of information and collaboration with the livestock industries in order to address livestock health issues and other challenges cannot be underscored enough.”
Keith A. Roehr, DVM, Colorado State Veterinarian
NIAA Member Since 2003
   

"If we try to live in our own world and make decisions based on a small amount of input, the decisions may come faster but the quality of output is not as good. I see NIAA as being essentially a forum where different groups involved in livestock production can come together to resolve issues that really take input and discussion from all segments of industry and NIAA is where that happens."
Jon Caspers, National Pork Producers Council
NIAA Member Since 2004

   
"Members can make a difference by their participation in NIAA because the ability to influence policies and decisions that benefit animal agriculture is tremendous. The more you put into it, the more you get out."
Kevin Maher, President, GlobalVetLink, LC
NIAA Member Since 2001
   
 

"I think NIAA has begun a new era in agriculture and we have an opportunity to do this together. Building consensus among many groups is going to be a great opportunity for us all."
Jim Fraley, Associate Director of Commodity Activities, Illinois Farm Bureau
NIAA Member Since 2000

 

                                                 

 

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