A profitable breeding business in India

A crowd of emus

Emu breeding is a popular activity and Profitable business idea in India. Emu breeding is very popular in Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu, among other states of India. These large poultry birds belonging to the missed family are originally from the island nation of Australia and have great economic value.

They lay precious eggs, generate precious Meat, oil, skin and feathers and they even produce leather. They adapt to almost all kinds of agro-climatic situations, and therefore can be grown without much hassle in the Indian subcontinent.

Chicken is the most popular of poultry species, followed by ducks and quail in India, In recent times we have to diversify into other poultry species in order to reap more profit. Birds live in groups called “Monster“and can thrive in varying climatic conditions ranging from 0 ° C to 52 ° C. These birds are omnivorous and eat leaves, vegetables, fruits, insects, worms. They can be fed modified poultry feed.

Before starting an Emu farm, one should take care of the following points:

Emu breeding business plan

  • A maximum of 1 acre of farmland can be used to start an emu farm.

  • 30-50 three-month-old emu chicks must be obtained from a reputable emu farm organizers.

  • Emu birds are exclusively bred in groups (a group of 16 birds needs a space of 56 x 56 feet with a fence 6 feet high).

  • With proper organic feed and clean drinking water, maintaining the farm should be a top priority.

  • Emu bird 1st gives only during the winter season and after the completion of 21 months (in India from November to December)

  • The additional yield period is annually during the winter season from October to March.

  • An average of 10 to 15 eggs can be obtained from the 1st yield and thereafter an average of 20 to 25 eggs can be obtained from the next yields each year.

  • Selling chicks is the most profitable compared to selling eggs.

Breeding emus has a lot of promise and potential due to its income and ease of operation. It will also bring diversification in Indian poultry which is considered a staple by even famous food scientists like Dr AK Karnatak.

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