The Exotic Wildlife Association's mission is to encourage and expand the conservation of both native and non-native hoofstock, and to help our members develop and strengthen the markets for their animals.
In 1967, a group of concerned ranchers with a vision for the future of the exotic wildlife industry, met to form an organization that later became the Exotic Wildlife Association. The association's purpose since that first meeting has been to preserve the rights of exotic wildlife owners, and to promote the development and expansion of the exotic wildlife industry. The EWA has grown into what is now the oldest and one of the most successful associations of it's type in North America.
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