As the saying goes, “Spring has sprung!” I hope everyone had a successful laying season and is enjoying a successful hatching season!
The spring issue of ET&T is on its way, and if you just can’t wait, go to the digital archives to access the issue right now (if you’re a subscriber). In the issue, you’ll find information about marketing emu meat, the emu industry, N.E.W. and the next American Emu Association National Convention. If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.
Photo at Amaroo Hills Emu Farm-NC by Ruth Ann Replogle
Attendees of this year’s American Emu Association national convention in North Carolina got the opportunity to tour one of the largest emu farms in the country and learn how to operate and manage an emu business. Attendees also learned about production regulations, biotechnology, handling taxes, marketing strategies, and more during the three-day event. Be watching for the fall issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow to find out all about it!
Emu Today‘s 2018 summer issue is all about emu meat:
The benefits of eating emu meat
The different cuts of emu meat
How to cook emu meat
How to market emu meat
Recipes using emu meat (and emu eggs)
You can also find out details about the American Emu Association’s upcoming national emu farmer convention in North Carolina.
If you already subscribe to ET&T, then you can register to access our digital version for FREE before the printed version arrives in your mailbox! If you don’t subscribe to the print and/or digital version of the magazine yet, you can do it here.
Emu Today & Tomorrow’s fall issue wraps up the 2017 four-part series on how to begin emu farming. Articles in this edition include how to choose birds and how to keep them safe from illness.
Past articles in the series include:
Keeping emus healthy
Spotting poisonous plants
Choosing the right land, fencing, and shelter requirements
Growing your emu business
You can buy the fall issue by itself, get a year subscription of ET&T starting with the fall issue, or back order the entire A Beginner’s Guide To Emu Farming series–it’s up to you! Order online, call 580-628-2933, or email email@example.com.
The American Emu Association got its kicks on Route 66 in Springfield, Missouri this summer. The annual national convention was held July 14-16. Attendees learned about the rise and fall of emu industry, how to market their business, the history of ratites and their impact on humans, and more. Be watching for the fall issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow to learn all about it!
The third installment of Emu Today & Tomorrow’s Beginner’s Guide to Emu Farming series includes:
Ways to help your emus beat the heat
Choosing the right land, fencing, and shelter requirements for housing emus
What to do about emu poo
You also get a preview of the American Emu Association’s upcoming National Convention in Springfield, Missouri. Register before June 11 to get the special hotel discount.
Subscribe today to Emu Today & Tomorrow and get this as your first issue in the mail. You can either order online, call 580-628-2933, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. With a paid ET&T subscription, you also get FREE access to the digital archives,
In case you missed it, the American Emu Association held its annual national convention in Vancouver, Washington, July 8-10, 2016. From hatching to health benefits, presenters provided a wealth of information to those in attendance. Be watching for the fall issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow for all the details!
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Our goal at Emu Today & Tomorrow is to provide articles on relevant topics today, resources for emu farmers, and access to past issues that are chock full of how-to and educational information about emu feed, fencing and shelter, incubation, hatching and growing, processing, refining, and marketing.
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