2022 Mt. Sicker Family Farm prices & Wait lists

(all products subject to availability)

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 Emu Eggs: 3 eggs including handling $150.00 (from proven pairs) No   guarantee of fertility or handling during shipping. Shipping costs over   and above. Wait list orders using the contact form below will be taken   after Jan 1 2022.

 Blown Out Eggs (yolk removed & disinfected)  $50.00 ea


 Emu Chicks: Use contact form below after Jan 1 2022 to go on the   2022 wait list. A $50.00 non-refundable deposit will be collected at   order confirmation time for each chick.

            

                     1-3 week old  $300.00 ea unsexed  (picked up at farm only)

                     1-3 months $400.00 ea unsexed(picked up at farm only)

                      4-6 months $500.00 ea unsexed(picked up at farm only)

                     12 months   $750.00 ea unsexed (picked up at farm only)


  Emu Slaughter Age: Live $1000.00 ea unsexed, (DNA Test $50.00ea) 

  Emu for Breeding (18 mo) $1250.00 ea DNA Tested

  Emu Breedable Pair $2750.00 DNA Tested

  Emu Proven Male or Female $2000.00

  Emu Proven Pair  $5000.00 DNA Tested(with laying history)


  Bulk Emu Oil for Topical Applications:

                    15L (4 US gal) in freezable food grade pail   $2475.00 Cdn 

  For smaller quantities shop at e3naturals.com 


updated Nov 15 2021  

 

 

Contact Us

       Do you have an interest in emu farming?

 Our emu farm on Vancouver Island is 12 years old in 2022. It required a lot of hard work, investment and determination to get us to this point and we remain committed to our growing business.

 We encourage you to do a lot of research online in groups on Facebook, farm websites in Canada and the US and our website and emu farming blog at http://emuchemainusbc.blogspot.com/ 

 If your research convinces you that this kind of farming is where you want to go then we can be your next resource. Our retainer fee is $5000.00 cdn which would include a 3-day on-site farm visit (not including air fare or accommodation). This would comprise in-depth training about our operation:

  • farm infrastructure, housing and pen creation

  • specific feed requirements, health maintenance

  •  breeder care

  • egg production, incubation and chick hatching

  • grow out of production birds

  • specific on-site processing routines to bring the by-products to market


Emu farming is an exciting, profitable, low environmental impact livestock option. We welcome your interest in the industry and look forward to future communication.