Care and Management of Emu. Marketing of Emu. This reports will all the technical information about your farm including location to marketing. You can get the forms at nearest Regional Rural Banks or co-operative banks.
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Care and Management of Emu. Marketing of Emu. This reports will all the technical information about your farm including location to marketing. You can get the forms at nearest Regional Rural Banks or co-operative banks. You can get a help of technical officer in the bank in order to prepare an Emu farming project report. You can start a commercial Emu farm business with 1 acre of farmland. You should buy 90 days old Emu chicks from certified Emu breeders. It is better to purchase a minimum of 40 to 50 pairs.
Emu birds social animals and is grown in groups. You should ensure the farm with good organic feed and purified drinking water. You need to understand that Emu birds first yields only in the winter season and after completion of 21 to 22 months. You can obtain 12 to 15 eggs from the first yield and later 20 to 25 eggs in every yield.
In commercial emu farming project, chicks sale is better than eggs sale as chicks sale fetches more profits. Bio-security Measures in Commercial 50 Pair Emu Farming Project Ensure the emu farm location is away from the population, industrial areas, and any other disturbances. You should build an emu house with proper and sufficient breeding facilities. You should carry out disinfection procedures in commercial emu farming project. The quarantine shelters should be built separately and away from other shelters of emu farming project.
With a help of a veterinary doctor, carry out routine disease monitoring procedures. In commercial emu farming project, water source should be tested for minerals, bacteria, chemicals, and contaminations.
Ensure optimal brooding space in Emu house. Ensure to make provision of showers, change over and dips in the house. You should take care of feed storage and water quality to prevent from any contaminations. The equipment used in emu farming project should be disinfected and separated. You must ensure the farm has good water sanitation system.
Project assumptions in 50 pair emu farming project : Land: Own 2 acres. The following emu project report includes: Investment for 50 pair emu farming project.
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If business coming up with is ideal. Farmer ought to produce possible atmosphere for farming the Emu bird. With the correct analysis living and habit of bird can offer you a lot of advantage for beginning the Business. Starting Emu farming business is sweet plan. The EMU could be a ratite native to Africa. It is fed with a large vary of prime material, like luzernes fresh, fodder or pallets , corn, wheat, soja, vegetables, grass, beans, sub merchandise of the assembly of sunflowers, olive oil, sugar, rice
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Including context in which Business Operate. It will enhance the Business Planning Process and teach a lot about the Business that you are like to learn, you will Identify Future Trouble area and Opportunity and help to Run Business smoothly. It is Valuable Tool for fulfil your vision, Goal and Objectives. Project at a Glance The Emu is a flightless bird native to Africa. It is the only living species of its family, Struthionidae, and its genus, Struthio. Emus can be fed with a wide range of prime material, like luzernes fresh, hay or pallets , corn, wheat, soja, vegetables, grass, beans, sub products of the production of beer, sunflowers, olive oil, sugar, rice.