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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby skysnap » 06 Aug 2019, 08:31

I think with Modi like president lot of good things will happen and are happening. I am sure small business and handmades are going to take the big leap too. So emu farming may also get some support. It's just that people have to approach the govt and they will surely do something about it.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby augusta » 07 Aug 2019, 06:36

I haven't had any experience about Emu farming perse but farming generally is very lucrative especially if one does it as a full time business. So if anyone wants to go ahead then the person should feel free. It will be successful.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby A K Rao » 07 Aug 2019, 07:36

augusta wrote:I haven't had any experience about Emu farming perse but farming generally is very lucrative especially if one does it as a full time business. So if anyone wants to go ahead then the person should feel free. It will be successful.


Yes anything done with full faith and by taking full interest will definitely succeed ! One needs to have patience and will power to sustain the hardships. Like in all businesses here also we require, hard work, hardship, sincerity, honesty, knack of attracting the client etc to make our business a successful venture!
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby fergus1234 » 07 Aug 2019, 10:39

Emu meat is delicious but only rich people affords them. So food industry is not your main market if you farm emu, its the Pharma companies because their fats is used for different medicines and cosmetics.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby skysnap » 07 Aug 2019, 12:11

augusta wrote:I haven't had any experience about Emu farming perse but farming generally is very lucrative especially if one does it as a full time business. So if anyone wants to go ahead then the person should feel free. It will be successful.


Full time business of this would take like years. I think many people just want it a side income on their farm they start with it. And once they get profit they add more emus.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby Alexandoy » 08 Aug 2019, 00:14

fergus1234 wrote:Emu meat is delicious but only rich people affords them. So food industry is not your main market if you farm emu, its the Pharma companies because their fats is used for different medicines and cosmetics.


I still have to taste ostrich meat although they say that it tastes like steak. With emu I guess it would have the same exotic taste like the ostrich meat.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby fergus1234 » 08 Aug 2019, 01:49

They tasted like beef like most red meats do.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby Alexandoy » 08 Aug 2019, 21:25

fergus1234 wrote:They tasted like beef like most red meats do.


Just to add info on ostrich meat, it is now being sold in the provincial market where the farm is situated. The cost of the meat in the market is cheap so you can guess that ostrich farming is fading.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby fergus1234 » 09 Aug 2019, 00:34

Not fading but more like they have enough supply to make it more affordable. The main product sold from ostriches are the leather, meat is only secondary byproduct. Emu also have leather but the main market is the fat which is used for medicines and cosmetics.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby Alexandoy » 09 Aug 2019, 07:12

fergus1234 wrote:Not fading but more like they have enough supply to make it more affordable. The main product sold from ostriches are the leather, meat is only secondary byproduct. Emu also have leather but the main market is the fat which is used for medicines and cosmetics.


I don't see the leather in the ostrich farming for it is focused on the meat that failed to catch the imagination of the public. In other words, the industry went kaput - there is supply but no demand.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby A K Rao » 09 Aug 2019, 08:11

fergus1234 wrote:Not fading but more like they have enough supply to make it more affordable. The main product sold from ostriches are the leather, meat is only secondary byproduct. Emu also have leather but the main market is the fat which is used for medicines and cosmetics.




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Yes, you may be right ! There are many companies which are selling emu oil which is quite expensive ! But at the same time there are many companies which look small in operations but are doing excellent business! One of the farm owned by a person known to me in my home town is doing business of 100 to 250 million rupees turn over per annum, which is not a small amount in any way!
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby a_jerobon » 09 Aug 2019, 09:10

A K Rao wrote:Image

Emu is an Australian bird , related to Ostrich. This bird has been brought into India along with Ostrich for the purpose of farming.

However the Emu has gained the popularity in India and is capable of getting adapting to all types of agro climatic conditions.

In fact the Emu has gained popularity for they produce valuable eggs, meat, oil , skin and feathers.

Presently Emu farming is successfully being carried out in Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Delhi and people are making good profits put of this business!

Have you got any idea about this farming?

This is my first time learning about such farming. In my country, I only know of farming ostriches. This is sounds like a great farming method because of the benefits that the Emu provide.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby fergus1234 » 09 Aug 2019, 09:52

Most made in australia skin care products have emu oil. Its like liquid gold for pharmacy and cosmetic companies. The ultimate liquid gold though is the blood of horseshoe crabs which are also farmed in India.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby Alexandoy » 10 Aug 2019, 07:20

Oh well, since emu farming looks to be doing good in India I guess it will be copied by rich landowners here. They have the propensity to pioneer in new businesses.
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Re: Emu Farming Is a Good Business!

Postby A K Rao » 10 Aug 2019, 08:00

Alexandoy wrote:Oh well, since emu farming looks to be doing good in India I guess it will be copied by rich landowners here. They have the propensity to pioneer in new businesses.


Main thing is to find the market place as the products are perishable and have limited shelf life except for the oilnad the leather! With time these factors can be takes care of!
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