Become a Member
CEAM’s board members and staff serve on a variety of committees. We actively network with key individuals at local, state and national government levels, and where appropriate, we strategically align ourselves with other organizations for mutual benefit (i.e. MN Ag Waters Resource Center, Farmers Feed Us, Midwest Poultry Consortium, other commodity groups, etc.).
CEAM represents the industry and serves as the unified voice of our members in times of crisis regarding regulatory matters and issues management, as well as public relations.
As a resource and spokesperson for members, CEAM represents the industry at local, state and national-level meetings and seeks to ensure policies/regulations are reasonable and based on scientific facts.
Through our affiliations in all aspects of the poultry industry, CEAM has access to an incredible network of professionals and resources across the country that we tap into as needed.
If you’re interested in becoming a member of CEAM, please see the membership options below, which will help you determine which level of membership is right for you.
Once you’ve found a level that’s of interest to you, or if you have questions about membership, contact Erica Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 763-682-2171 for more information.
Producers/Processor – Integrator (Multiple Levels)
An Integrator member is a company that is actively engaged in broiler production and/or egg production in Minnesota, and is a voting member of CEAM.
Integrators and processors have the opportunity to serve on one of our committees (these committees are in partnership with Minnesota Turkey Growers Association):
- Environmental Committee
- Animal Care Values Committee
An Individual Patron is an individual actively engaged in broiler production or egg production in Minnesota, including contract growers, and is a voting member of CEAM.
Allied (Multiple Levels)
Allied membership is open to any company actively engaged in business that supports the broiler/egg industry. An Allied member is entitled to all CEAM privileges, and is a voting member of CEAM.
Associate membership is open to an individual actively engaged in government or education or is a retired grower/processor, who is interested in the welfare of the broiler and egg industry. An Associate member is entitled to all CEAM privileges, except the right to vote.