We are located in Viss, east part of Hungary, close to Tokaj and Sarospatak. We keep our birds in a fully natural way and environment.
The Aboriginals in Australia have known and hunted emus for hundreds of years but have started to breed them only a few decades ago.
Emu meat is a low fat red meat, rich in protein, iron and other minerals. Its water content is far less than we are used to in other meats.
Breeding of emus in Hungary has been obstructed for many years, as the emu was officially categorised as a “dangerous animal”.
An adult emu is 170-180 cm tall and weighs some 35-40 kilos. In contrast to most animals, male and female can not be distinguished from outside, only by their voice.
We welcome individuals and groups, preferably with previous notice on timing.