What’s An Emu? – brochure
I suppose you’re wondering… What’s an Emu?
Emus are native to Australia. Emus are 5 to 6 feet tall and weigh 90-130 pounds with short, stubby wings but, they cannot fly. Emus are processed for their meat, fat, hides & feathers.
Ratites are a group of mostly flightless birds that come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes. The largest and most famous species living today is the African ostrich. The smallest members of the group are the tinytinamous of Central and South America that barely stand eye-to-eye with a chicken.
Emu Skeleton is the same as a velociraptor dinosaur (see image below).
Emu Feathers have one quill with two vanes (see image below).
Emu Meat is a very nutritious, dark red meat.
Emu Oil is the rendered & refined fat from the emu. It contains: nutrition for the cells, natural anti-inflammatories, omegas 3, 6 & 9.
One Large Emu Egg can be equal to 12 medium chicken eggs. Emu Egg Shells can be Decorated, Painted & Carved.
Founded in 1989, The American Emu Association is a non-profit trade association representing breeders, producers and marketers of emu meat, oil and other emu co-products. The emu industry is an alternative agricultural industry, dominated by the small farmer, who is devoted to humane and environmentally positive practices that will produce beneficial products for society. For more information about the American Emu Association (AEA) or the emu industry visit https://aea-emu.org or call 541-332-0675.