The 2018 spring issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow has sprung and it’s all about emu oil.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com. With a paid ET&T subscription, you also get FREE access to the digital archives,
Emu Today & Tomorrow’s Beginner’s Guide to Emu Farming continues with the spring issue.
Learn how to:
- Successfully grow your business
- Hatch and care for your emu chicks
- Spot poisonous plants that harm emus
Be sure to check out the 2017 winter issue of Emu Today & Tomorrow!
All the quarterly issues this year will serve as a four-part series of beginner’s guides to emu farming. The first one (the winter edition) includes articles on:
It also has a pullout that serves as an annual planning guide.
Thinking about joining the emu industry? Then Emu Today & Tomorrow is for you! Every quarter learn about tips and tricks of the trade.
The 2016 fall issue includes articles on:
- Utilizing the small food market for selling your emu products
- Combating oxidation of your emu oil
- Using digital tools to promote your emu business
- Highlights from this year’s American Emu Association National Convention
With a paid ET&T subscription, you get FREE access to the digital archives, too!
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!