Emu ChicksEmu Chicks!

It is the Second Flightless Largest Bird in the World. This soft-feathered, brown, flightless, ratite bird reach up to 2 metres in height. They reach full size after around six months. Emu can live between 10 to 20 years. Emu bird is native to Australia and can survive in any climatic conditions. They are about 10 inches tall at birth, with black and white stripes. As 3-month-old chicks, they turn nearly solid black and finally changes to brown and black mixtures as adults. The mature emu is 5 to 6 feet tall and normally weighs 90 to 120 pounds. Emu Birds are well known for their meat, eggs, feather, empty egg shells, toe nails and others. These birds are very essential for profitable Emu Farming.

Benefits of Emu Chicks!

  • Emu chick weighs approximately 70% of emu egg weight.
  • Emu chick breeds naturally or by using incubator.
  • Artificial incubation is often conducted at a temperature of approximately 97.5 degrees
    fahrenheit.
  • A relative humidity that varies according to the climate.
  • Average incubation time ranges from 48 to 52 days.
  • Born chick colours are coffee brown with white line marks.
  • Colour will change after 3 months.
  • Nutrition food and purified water is must up to 3 months.