Ostrich meat is available in various cuts including filet, tenderloin, leg, fan, and tips. It is consumed in many forms, such as burgers, lunch meat, pate', steaks, and jerky.
Ostrich eggs are over 15 inches in diameter, weigh up to 3 pounds, and are equivalent to 25 chicken eggs but have much less cholesterol and are lower in saturated fat.
Ostrich hide the most popular leather in today’s global market. Because its appearance improves with time, ostrich leather commands a high price in the wholesale markets.
Ostrich fat, which contains high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, is commonly used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. It’s smaller molecular structure allows it to better penetrate the skin.