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Guidelines for Caring for Emus

The Summer 2020 issue of Emu Today and Tomorrow shares guidelines for caring for emus as adapted from the American Emu Association Production Guidelines at https://aea-emu.or/emu-production-guidelines/.  Learn how to provide a balanced diet for your emus; monitor emus daily; clean emu houses; emu fencing and pens; chick runs; how to handle emus; keep records; and how to provide optimum care for your emus.

If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.

National Emu Week – How to Get an Emu Week Proclamation

One focus of the Spring 2020 issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow is National Emu Week (N.E.W.) from May 2-10, 2020, with nine full days, to include two full weekends, to celebrate. Learn how to get an Emu Week Proclamation, as well as enjoy N.E.W. Event Ideas. In this issue, read about Alpha-gal and the Emu Meat Alternative and see link to tutorial for Amy Hall’s Corned Emu and the emu curing process. In this issue, also read how Three Feathers Emu Ranch is Keeping it Local. Valuable emu farming information is shared with a Poinsonous Plants Guide and Parasites Information. In this issue, find the 2020 American Emu Association (AEA) National Convention Registration Form.

If you can’t wait for the printed issue to make it to your mailbox, subscribers can go to our digital archives to access the issue right now. If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.

Amy Hall’s Corned Emu

Highlights Include Sustainability in the Emu Industry, Successful Emu Product Promotion, and Sales at Fairs and Farmers Market

This Winter 2020 issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow highlights sustainability in the emu industry at Willow Grove Ranch. American Emu Association (AEA) officers Terry Turner, president; Joylene Reavis, secretary; and Dennis Anderson, regional director, share lessons learned and valuable advice from their 2019 AEA National Convention session about successful emu product promotion. Sugar Maple Emu Farm shares promotion ideas and Todd Green shares his experience with flightless birds. CBD and the emu industry is discussed, as well as emu oil and aftercare.  If you can’t wait for the printed issue to make it to your mailbox, subscribers can go to our digital archives to access the issue right now. If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.

Emus with chicks at Willow Grove Ranch

Emu Farmers Celebrate 30 Years in Cactus Country

This Fall 2019 issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow is focused on the American Emu Association National Convention, which took place in September in Tempe, Arizona. In this issue, read about how trends in agriculture can affect the emu industry gaining greater recognition, how the spa industry could be a possible avenue for emu oil and learn marketing tips for farmers. If you can’t wait for the printed issue to make it to your mailbox, subscribers can go to our digital archives to access the issue right now. If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.

Dr. Jay Lehr, Matt Connelly and Yvonne Henderson during their sessions at the AEA National Convention.

Instagram Tips

The Summer 2019 issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow featured ways that you can use Instagram to boost your business and extend your storefront. You can use Instagram to curate an audience interested in your farm. Find out how to best use Instagram, and why Instagram is such a great social media tool for businesses by reading the Summer issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow! Go to the digital archives to access the issue right now (if you’re a subscriber).

If you’d like to subscribe to Emu Today & Tomorrow, you can subscribe online or by calling (580) 628-2933.

Spring 2019 Issue Is Here

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.

Who else is “eggcited” for hatching season?

Emu Farm Tour Highlight of AEA Convention

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!

All About Emu Meat

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.

Winter Issue Focuses on Emu Industry

Photo at Mcadoo Zoo by Brian Smith

Learn about the emu industry, the history of emus, and more in the winter 2018 edition of Emu Today & Tomorrow.  You’ll also find out what to do if the FDA shows up at your emu farm.

Subscribe today to Emu Today & Tomorrow online! You can also call 580-628-2933 or email info@emutoday.com. With a paid ET&T subscription, you also get FREE access to the digital archives,