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Emu Oil Composition

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Emu Oil Composition

AEA Conference Takeaways Emu Oil Composition--Chemistry 101     As many of you know, 3 Feathers is a member of the American Emu Association and we really enjoy the annual conferences.  They are a time to connect with other folks in the emu industry, see what other farmers are up to, discover what's happening on the science front, get good business and marketing tips, and, yes, drink beer and laugh with friends you haven't seen all year.  If you raise emus, or are considering it, we highly recommend attending a conference and getting to know this group of people.  Their...

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Thanks for a great summer!

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Thanks for a great summer!

We are all finished with markets this season and settling in to a lovely fall. Thank you to everyone that came by to say hi at the Chehalis, Centralia, Tumwater, and Astoria markets. All our products are available online except our emu meat and we are working this fall to get our shipping sorted out so we can sell that online as well. In the meantime, if you are looking for meat, give us a call--we have finished processing and our freezers are full.

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2019 Spring Visit Day is almost here

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2019 Spring Visit Day is almost here

Mark your calendars for Saturday June 1 2019 to visit our farm and help us celebrate our 10 years anniversary.  Seems like yesterday we got our first birds.  There will be games, crafts, music, tours, and much more.  Hope to see you there.  Please see our Facebook Page for more details...

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Hints of Spring...

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Hints of Spring...

No emu chicks yet. But what a beautiful day at the farm. Getting excited about Spring! #3Feathersemus  

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Putting on a brave face...

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Putting on a brave face...

Well we didn't escape the weather unscathed.  Last week, due to one of the power failures or a surge thereafter, our incubators kicked off one night almost halfway through the incubation period. Woke up to cold incubators.  We think we have lost about 48 eggs. We are hoping to recoup as our birds are still laying and we have new eggs incubating now, but boy that takes the wind out of your sails.  Lets hope  for a long laying season this year.  The joys and sorrows of raising animals.  

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