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emu oil anti aging

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Production Capacity:50 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Update Time:2011-05-14
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emu oil anti aging

The Emu was an important source of meat to the Aborigines in the areas to which it was endemic. Emu fat was used as bush medicine, and was rubbed on the skin

Product Type: Livestock Style: Alive Type: Other
Place of Origin: Maharashtra India
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Main Products: ERW PIPE,IRRIGATION,WIND Mill,Emu Oil,Emu Products,Emu Leather,Emu irrigation,Steel pipes,Hr Coil pipe,Cr Coil Pipe,EMU Eggs
Business Type: Manufacturer,
Total Employees: 11 - 50 People
Address: 336 central facility bldg apmc market
A company commited to promote Eco-Friendly Power Generation and to explore innovative techniques in Plantation & Irrigation.
Shivans Power & Irrigation Pvt. Ltd. is an fast growing organisation dedicated towards development of products & services in the Agriculture and Power Sector. Under the vibrant leadership of the its Managing Director Mr. Sunil Kumar Shahi, the company has been growing from strength to strength since its inception.

Shivans Power & Irrigation Pvt. Ltd. specializes into Agriculture sector, with the technologically advanced techniques of irrigation & plantation. In the power sector, the organisation has been involved into research & development of environment friendly non-conventional energy like solar energy systems.
Emu Farming
The Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae, is the largest bird native to Australia and the only extant member of the genus Dromaius. It is also the second largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. The soft-feathered, brown, flightless bird reach up to 2 metres 6 ft in height. The Emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest, and arid areas. Emus can travel great distances at a fast, economical trot and, if necessary, can sprint at 50 kmh 31 mph for some distance at a time. They are opportunistically nomadic and may travel long distances to find food; they feed on a variety of plants and insects.Emus are farmed for their meat, oil, and leather.

Emus form breeding pairs during the summer months of December and January, and may remain together for about fivemonths. Mating occurs in the cooler months of May and June. During the breeding season, males experience hormonal changes, including an increase in luteinizing hormone and testosterone levels, and their testicles double in size. Males lose their appetite and construct a rough nest in a semi-sheltered hollow on the ground from bark, grass, sticks, and leaves. The pair mates everyday or two, and every second or third day the female lays one of an average of 11 and as many as 20 very large,thick-shelled, dark-green eggs. The number of eggs varies with rainfall. The eggs are on average 134 by 89 millimeters 5.3 in 3.5 in and weigh between 700 and 900 grams 1.5 and 2.0 lb, which is roughly equivalent to 10 12 chicken eggs in volume and weight. The first verified occurrence of genetically identical avian twins was demonstrated in the Emu.

The male becomes broody after his mate starts laying, and begins to incubate the eggs before the laying period is complete.From this time on, he does not eat, drink, or defecate, and stands only to turn the eggs, which he does about 10 times a day.
Over eight weeks of incubation, he will lose a third of his weight and will survive only on stored body fat and on any morning dew that he can reach from the nest. As with many other Australian birds, such as the Superb Fairy wren, infidelity is the norm for Emus, despite the initial pair-bond: once the male starts brooding, the female mates with other males and may lay in multiple clutches; thus, as many as half the chicks in a brood may be fathered by others, or by neither parent as Emus also
exhibit brood parasitism. Some females stay and defend the nest until the chicks start hatching, but most leave the nesting area completely to nest again; in a good season, a female Emu may nest three times.Incubation takes 56 days, and the male stops incubating the eggs shortly before they hatch. Newly hatched chicks are active and can leave the nest within a few days. They stand about 12 centimeters 5 in tall, weigh .5 kg 18 , and have distinctive brown and cream stripes for camouflage, which fade after three months or so. The male stays with the growing chicks for up to 7 months, defending them and teaching them how to find food. Chicks grow very quickly and are full-grown in 5 6 months more
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  • Business Type: Manufacturer,
  • Main Products: ERW PIPE,IRRIGATION,WIND Mill,Emu Oil,Emu Products,Emu Leather,Emu irrigation,Steel pipes,Hr Coil pipe,Cr Coil Pipe,EMU Eggs
  • Location: vashi navi mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Contact: Mr. sunil kumar shahi
Tel: 91 - 22 - 27655032
Fax: 91 - 22 - 27655032