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Re: broken shells


You don't tell what state you are in, but perhaps this will help. Go to the American Emu Association website at http://www.aea-emu.org and look in the classifieds section for clean blown eggs. For shells, check under the state listings and contact your local state association to see if there is a farmer near you that is hatching and has extra broken shells.

Another thing you might want to consider is taking Ron Cheruka's emu egg carving class in Oklahoma City, OK this July. He will be giving half day courses in egg carving during the AEA convention again this year(class dates are 15th & 16th I think). Contact the AEA office for more info and watch the next issue of the zine for a press release.


Re: Re: broken shells


Thanks for the reply. We sure don't have any farms here as I live in New York City but will check that website. Jeff