Featuring Ohio Poultry Association
Today, I’m joined by industry leaders, Jenna Gregorich, Bird Health Programs Manager for the Ohio Poultry Association. OPA is a non-profit statewide trade organization that found its start in 1948 representing more than 600 Ohio egg, chicken and turkey farmers. You may be familiar with OPA through their Ohio Egg Marketing Program or Ohio Turkey Council as they work to exemplify the voice of hundreds of Ohio Poultry farmers.
Together with Jenna, we better explain what the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) is and how it can benefit you as a homesteader, breeder or poultry show enthusiast.
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