Indiana Deer and Elk Farmers Association Joins ADWA in Preserving Family Farms
AUSTIN, Texas – -(AmmoLand.com)- Many landowners face tough decisions regarding land usage, and the Indiana Deer and Elk Farmers Association (IDEFA) is the group for those who have dreamed about being a deer or elk farmer. The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA) announces a partnership with IDEFA that will further their motto of ‘preserving the family farm and promoting the hunting heritage.’
“Our partnership with ADWA will allow our membership to support ADWA and Keith Warren in their efforts on behalf of the cervid industry,” says IDEFA President John Murrell. “We encourage everyone to tune into Deer & Wildlife Stories.”
An association dedicated to those who want to become farmers, desire free information about deer and elk breeding, and want to speak with other successful farmers, the Indiana Deer and Elk Farmer’s Association works to preserve this part of the Indiana agricultural heritage.
“The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance exists in part to promote the efforts of our member organizations. In our partnership with IDEFA, we look forward to alerting the public to IDEFA’s membership composed of, and with a reach to: other breeders, hunting preserves, meat processors, antler sheds, antler velvet, and educational tour providers,” says Annie Jones, ADWA director of operations. “We are exceptionally proud of IDEFA for providing statistical information which prove a great future for the deer and elk industry.”
To learn more about membership, rates and see upcoming events, please visit www.indianadeer.net.
The non-profit American Deer & Wildlife Alliance serves to promote wildlife, habitat and land stewardship, and to grow the wildlife industry through education and aggressive public relations. ADWA serves as a ‘national voice’ for the Texas Deer Association, NADeFA, and others within the deer and wildlife industries. For more information on what ADWA can do for your business or association, please visit www.deerwildlifealliance.org .