Not Too Late for 2018 NADeFA Conference

The North American Deer Farmers Association (NADeFA) announces that reservation bookings for its 2018 NADeFA Conference have been strong this year, but there is still time for deer farmers to take advantage of special ‘early bird’ rates.

The nation’s largest cervid association event — scheduled for March 21-24, 2018 at the French Lick Resort in French Lick, Ind. — welcomes deer farmers and industry professionals from across the country, and will host exciting fund-raising auctions, antler competition, venison competition and educational seminars.

“We’re excited to once again bring our annual conference to Indiana and to showcase deer farming which is one of the fastest growing industries in North America,” says NADeFA Executive Director Shawn Schafer. “Our conference is the industry’s premier event for all of North America. We welcome anyone interested in learning about deer farming to join us for a great weekend of networking, camaraderie and a fun learning experience.”

• To make hotel reservations and receive the special NADeFA rates, call 888.936.9360 and mention Group Code 0318DFA. Special rates deadline is Feb. 23, 2018
  
• For booth reservations, contact the NADeFA office at 330.454.3944 or email marci@nadefa.org
 
• Registrations are also available online at www.nadefa.org.

Founded in 1983, the North American Deer Farmers Association is dedicated to the promotion of deer farming and ranching as an agricultural pursuit and serves its members through its educational programs and publications and by providing leadership in setting and maintaining quality standards. NADeFA represents the deer farming industry at all levels of government, and works closely with livestock producers and other organizations to promote ethical standards of conduct and husbandry in deer farming and to actively market standards for deer and deer products. NADeFA representatives are also available to media for expert testimony and information about deer farming and animal health issues, such as Chronic Wasting Disease, EHD and other topics.

Since 1983, the North American Deer Farmers Association (NADeFA) has worked to establish and promote deer farming as an agricultural pursuit and to facilitate education on breeding, handling and deer farm management. For more information on the North American Deer Farmers Association, call 330.454.3944 or visit www.NADeFA.org