Avian Influenza ALERT!
Click on Links for articles https://aea-emu.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Avian-Influenza-High-Pathogenic-H5N1.pdf Cornell University Ratite Information on Avian Influenza https://aea-emu.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Prevention-of-Highly-Pathogenic-Avian-Influenza-HPAI-in-Ratites-3.28.22.pdfRead More
Announcing the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest Winners
As a way of promoting emu eggshell art, the American Emu Association (AEA) hosted the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest. All submitted emu eggshell art was on display for public viewing online at www.AEAEggArtContest.com and in person on public display on July 18, 2014 at the Embassy Suites East Peoria Hotel & Conference Center in Peoria, Illinois…Read More
Announcing the 2014 AEA “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest Entries
The new entries for the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest can be viewed at http://www.aeaeggartcontest.com Check these works of art out! They are BEAUTIFUL!!! And, don’t forget to bid on the egg you would like to have for yourself. This will be a 2 phase auction: Phase 1 is the Absentee/Proxy Bidding prior to the AEA Convention.…Read More
The American Emu Association Does Not Recommend One Refining Method Over Another
The American Emu Association (AEA) does not endorse nor recommend any one method of refining emu oil. However, whatever method is used must result in a safe, pure, unadulterated emu oil product that follows the specifications of the Emu Oil Trade Rules, that the consumer can easily identify, and that meets consumer expectations for that…Read More
AEA Study — Are you really buying pure emu oil?
AEA Study — Are you really buying pure emu oil? After the 2012 American Emu Association (AEA) Convention, the AEA Board hoped to find a way that would help our members, others in the emu industry, and consumers be sure they were purchasing authentic emu oil. There were discussions on adulterated emu oil in the…Read More
2013 Emu Egg Art Contest Announced
As a way of promoting emu egg shell art, the American Emu Association (AEA) will be hosting the “2013 EGGS’travaganza Egg Art Contest”. Winners will be chosen and all entries will be displayed in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Friday, July 12th, during the 2013 National AEA Convention . Egg artists are reminded that all types of…Read More
2012 Emu Egg Art Contest Winners Announced
Three Egg Art Guild Members Take Top Honors During the American Emu Association (AEA) Convention held in July in Kansas City, Missouri, the emu egg art contest winners were chosen. Each entry, with a unique artistic style, shows the versatility of the emu egg shell. Painted, carved, etched or decorated, these works of art are…Read More
Not All Eggs Are Decorated Just For Easter!
Emu Egg Shells Take Center Stage Many families color eggs for the Easter holiday. In some homes it is an early Spring ritual. The decorated eggs are so bright and colorful! But, instead of chicken eggs, some “eggers” (people who decorate egg shells) use emu egg shells to create beautiful works of art year round.…Read More
Farm to Finish Includes Fat, Leather and Feathers – Emu Farmers Do it All
San Angelo, TX – Unlike other forms of livestock production where the animal is sold directly to a processor, the emu industry is currently farm-to-finish. The emu farmer must arrange for the processing of the 14 to 16 month old bird as well as handle sale of the meat and food by-products. One food by-product,…Read More
Summer Sun Creates a Need for Special Skin Care
Summer creates its share of special skin problems. The skin all over the body is subjected to sun, wind, salt and chlorinated pool water at this time of year. Emu Oil is the answer to sunburned, dry and irritated skin. The skin is a natural barrier against Summer sun and wind. The outermost layer of…Read More