ALABAMA POULTRY 

& EGG ASSOCIATION

Serving Alabama's number one 

agricultural industry.

Main Office Phone:

(334) 265-2732

P. O. Box 240 Montgomery, AL 36101

© Alabama Poultry

& Egg Association, 2016.

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ONE STRONG VOICE

AP&EA is recognized as the uniting voice serving the Alabama poultry industry through pro- motion, education, communication, research and public affairs involvement. AP&EA continues to provide:

  • A united voice for the poultry and egg industry of Alabama

  • Strong and effective representation before the Alabama Legislature adn the United States Congress

  • At least 13 scholarships per year for students in poultry science

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

Alabama Poultry

Subscription to AP&EA's bi-monthly magazine that keeps you updated on the poultry industry in Alabama.

The Poultry Times

Subscription to the bi-weekly national newspaper that covers issues facing the industry, as well as important upcoming events.

Poultry Industry Workshops & Seminars

AP&EA provides current and informative seminars and workshops for growers, company personnel, and allied members.

MEMBERSHIP TYPES

COMPANY MEMBERSHIP:

  • Allied ($300): Firms directly affiliated with the poultry industry by supplying products and services to poultry in- dustry companies and contract growers and producers.

  • Turkey Producer/Processor ($100)

  • Associate ($25): Firms supplying products and services to poultry farmers and company employees (individuals and businesses that benefit indirectly from Alabama’s poultry industry, i.e. banks, department stores, physicians, etc.). This membership level is made up of non-voting members.

  • Egg Producer/Processor: Membership pricing  based on hen population or number of cases produced.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Poultry Producer ($20)

  • Company Supervisory Personnel ($20)

  • Government & Education ($20)

  • Individual ($20): Persons not directly affiliated with the industry, or have retired from the industry.

BACKYARD FLOCK OWNERS

If you're looking for support for your backyard flock, you may want to visit the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) website.