Membership Benefits

• Serve on Committees & Councils–be integrally involved in addressing key issues affecting animal agriculture..

• Become a Leader — utilize talents and enhance your leadership portfolio by serving with a prominent national organization

• Voting Rights – allows you to influence industry direction

• Weekly News Bulletin – stay abreast of industry news and information relating to key issues in animal agriculture

• Virtual Membership Directory – be listed with a direct link to member organization sites

• Discounts on Meeting Registrations – save money on educational meetings/conferences/continuing education opportunities

Membership Levels

National Associations and Commercial Organizations

Membership for organizations and corporations that operate at a national or international level, as well as federal agencies (such as USDA’s APHIS and FSIS, FDA, etc.). Multiple organization contacts permitted within this membership, full voting privileges. 


State level Associations & Publicly Supported Institutions

Membership for state government agencies, diagnostic laboratories, university-affiliated organizations operating at a state level, and also federal agencies at regional locations.
Multiple organization contacts permitted, full voting privileges.



Membership for self-employed or
small entities, such as producers,
practitioners, retirees or others that do not
fit a state or national level membership.
Single contact, full voting privileges.



Become A Member

By becoming a member, the National Institute for Animal Agriculture provides opportunities for our members to engage in dialogue about issues within animal agriculture. NIAA provides educational and informational programs to help our members be better informed to supply information for them to do their jobs. NIAA is a solution for the animal agriculture industry as workshops pull together decision-makers, problems are identified, and solutions initiated for industry-wide gain.

Our diverse members are active in Aquatic, Bovine, Equine, Poultry, Small Ruminant, and Swine industries and include:

  • State and national association leaders
  • Private practice and government veterinarians
  • Extension specialists
  • Academia
  • Researchers
  • State and national government regulatory personnel
  • Producers
  • Allied industry leaders


Sponsors of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture support programming that benefit leaders in animal agriculture. Many sponsors receive recognition in presentations, on the website and in newsletters and receive complementary event registration and membership.

To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities, click the button below or contact J.J. Jones.