The objective of the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) is to provide a cooperative Industry-State-Federal program which works toward the improvement of poultry and poultry products throughout the country. Interested in becoming an NPIP Exhibition Member in Indiana, CLICK HERE for more information.
The ISPA provides educational materials for classes, clubs and fairs across Indiana. We have a wide variety of materials on Biosecurity, flock health, common poultry diseases and flock management. We may also be able to speak at your event on Biosecurity, Flock Health and nutrition.
CLICK HERE to view samples of materials and to ORDER MATERIALS FOR FREE.
Discover the many nutritional benefits that come from a diet that includes all types of poultry.
2018 BACKYARD BIOSECURITY CALENDARS
The 2018 Backyard Biosecurity Calendars are here and they are better than ever! With twelve months of vibrant poultry portraits, the poultry enthusiast in your life is sure to be pleased. Each month features a different biosecurity tip including several pages of biosecurity information and a section on recognizing the symptoms of Avian Influenza.
To order the FREE 2018 Calendar for yourself or your group CLICK HERE.
The Indiana NPIP Poultry Health Testing School is a one day class for anyone interested in learning how to test poultry for Pullorum Typhoid (PT). The course also reviews the signs and symptoms of several major poultry diseases. You will also learn basic biosecurity principles which will lead to better flock health. The Classroom session for first time participants is held in April. CLICK HERE to be put on the Announcement List for the 2018 Course.
The ISPA also offers an ONLINE RECERTIFICATION SCHOOL. Blood Testers who have already attended the Classroom School can renew their Certification through the Online Recertification School. To register for this School CLICK HERE.
To review the materials covered during the Blood Testing School, CLICK HERE.
Looking for some creative dishes for your Halloween party this year? Look no further than the Deviled Egg. Everyone loves a Deviled Egg! Serve up any one of these delishly creepy looking delights and you will be the hit of the party.
HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN DEVILED EGGS - Pumpkin in a Deviled Egg? It adds a nice light flavor to Deviled Egg. Also learn haw to shape the deviled egg mixture using a toothpick. Provided by Real Housemoms website.
SPIDER WEBBED EGGS - Not a Deviled Egg, but the effect of dying a hard boil egg in a cracked shell results in a spectacular web like design on the egg. For something that looks this amazing it is not a hard technique to learn. Send your kids to school with these hard boiled eggs, not only will they benefit from the protein all day long, but they will freak out their friends with this spooky treat.