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Always wondered why is South Africa regarded as the world leader with respect to ostrich production? Well more than 65% of the world’s ostriches and 90% of ostrich products in the world are from South African. South Africa also has a historic advantage because it started with ostrich farming in 1864. The natural conditions in South Africa are also ideal for ostrich production.

Always wondered why is South Africa regarded as the world leader with respect to ostrich production? Well more than 65% of the world’s ostriches and 90% of ostrich products in the world are from South African. South Africa also has a historic advantage because it started with ostrich farming in 1864. The natural conditions in South Africa are also ideal for ostrich production.

The females will lay their eggs in a communal nest--a simple pit about 12-24 in deep, scraped in the ground by the male ostrich. The nest may have 15 to 60 eggs! (Thats a lot!) here are some baby ostriches with their mamma !!!

The females will lay their eggs in a communal nest--a simple pit about inches deep, scraped in the ground by the male ostrich. The nest may have 15 to 60 eggs! Here are some baby ostriches with their mama.

Love the eye lashes!

See the ostrich farm from the comfort of a large monster truck and then get out and feed them. This is part of the unique roadside culture of Arizona.

Oslinc Ostrich Farm                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Student Spotlight: Oslinc Ostrich Farm

Check out this unique choice of product from Simon Kirk, graphic designer student at Sheffield Hallam University. Check out his project for Osling Ostrich Farm after the jump.

Faux Ostrich Leash

Faux Ostrich Leash

Faux Ostrich Leash

Faux Ostrich Leash

Faux Ostrich Leash

Faux Ostrich Leash

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