An Ostrich Egg has a slightly sweeter flavor and a fluffier texture when compared to a chicken egg. Ostrich egg for sale They are
the largest eggs laid by a bird. You will need a chisel and hammer to break the shell. One Ostrich egg is approximately equal to a
dozen and a half chicken eggs. Try using an Ostrich Egg when making a frittata. View Product Page – ostrich eggs.
Ostrich eggs have more sweet buttery taste and are a bit more intense when compared to other eggs. On average one ostrich egg
has around 47% protein, and almost 2000 calories. Ostrich eggs have a lot of B12 vitamin, riboflavin and folic acid. Athletes often
choose ostrich eggs because they are rich in Omega-3, fiber and they are the best choices for body growth due to the high
amounts of calcium, zinc, and manganese. On an average Ostrich Egg weighs around 3 to 4 Lbs.
About Our Ostrich Egg For sale
We anticipate ostrich eggs to be available in May.Our ostrich hens lay eggs seasonally from spring to early fall. Each hen lays an
egg every few days, but will sometimes stop laying for periods of time due to weather or other factors. The eggs are pretty amazing!
They are the largest egg laid by any living bird species, however, it is the smallest egg compared to the size of the bird. (Ostriches
can weigh between 200-250 pounds – the original BIG BIRD!) The shell is about 2mm thick and resembles porcelain in both
beauty and shine. It is mostly composed of crystalline calcite and is extremely strong. The egg shells are treasured by artists who
often paint or carve them. A full egg can weigh up to 5 pounds, but they usually tip the scales around 3 1/2 pounds. The contents
of the egg are equal to approximately 24 chicken eggs! That is enough egg to make breakfast for family and friends! The flavor of
ostrich egg is most similar to chicken eggs, and can be used for cooking and baking just like chicken eggs. Just don’t try to crack
the egg on the side of the bowl! We recommend using a dremel, saw or drill to get into the egg. We have more tips and tricks to
share with you upon the purchase of an egg.