We love our emu meat and eat it regularly in place of beef, pork, venison, and more. But for those with alpha gal allergy, a largely unknown allergy to mammal meat caused by a tick bite, these other red meats are off limits and emu (or other ratites) are their only source of red meat. So what is it? How do you get it? And how do you know if you got it?? It turns out, those answers aren’t so clear and it is still often misdiagnosed or even denied by some medical providers because of the huge variability in symptoms. But the consequences of having it can impact...
We sell our emu oil, meat, and handmade products from our farm and in stores, but also at local farmers markets, events, and festivals. We were unable to attend may markets and events this year and we missed seeing everyone. We can't wait to see you all next year. #fridayfunfact #emuoilisgoodforyou #buylocal #farmingisfun #discoverlewiscounty #chehalisfarmersmarket #centraliafarmersmarket #toledofarmersmarket #tumwaterfarmersmarket #chehalisgarlicfestival
Fun Friday Emu Fact: So last week I told you how tasty emu meat is. But... it is also good for you!! Thank you to the AEA for this wonderful meat comparison chart. You can see that emu meat is very lean and high in protein, making it a nutritious alternative, especially for those folks with alpha gal (a tick borne allergy to mammalian meat) or other food sensitivities. #3Feathersemus #emumeatisgoodforyou #emutheotherredmeat #alphagal #farmingisfun #fridayfunfact
We raise emus for their emu oil, which we use to make all our products. But we also sell emu meat. Most people thing emu meat is a white meat like chicken or turkey, but instead it is more like beef. It is also super nutritious. We have USDA meat for sale in steaks or as ground meat. If you haven't tried it before, you are missing out. #3Feathersemus #farmingisfun #emutheotherredmeat #hearthealthymeat #fridayfunfact