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Ostrich farming takes off in Kenya

With rising interest in the huge birds and the meat they provide, it has been a good year for the Maasai Ostrich Farm in Kenya. Despite being the only commercial ranch in Kenya, the success of this ostrich ranch is testament to the fact that ostrich farming could become more than a fledgling industry in Kenya
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I want to buy some eggs from you to start farm with Ostriches
posted by: Fikkie BruwerI (14:29:39 Mon 29th April 2013)

I believe the ostrich industry in Kenya will do well.never new the ostrich could live that long.
posted by: Samuel Adarkwa-Addae (15:53:53 Mon 23rd January 2012)

I\'m really exited to see what happens in Kenya with ostrich farming. I can help you to make a success by bringing mortality down the first 3 months to 15%. I study ostriches intensively for the last 15 years and also do training for the government.
posted by: Frikkie Bruwer (14:55:59 Wed 4th January 2012)

This is news didn't know ostrich can last that long 70 years? Thanks for the information please update it more often.
posted by: Hwaga Meg (05:30:03 Thu 12th November 2009)

Wonderful stuff though I have not finished getting my assignment notes from it!
posted by: Noel Templer (13:46:54 Sat 31st October 2009)



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