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16 Thursday, April 24, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Business News ii i / / Fol00m " ,e e Personal and Small Busines , 25 years experience ] (702) 727-9795 EMU Ranch Open House by Ann Nusbaum George Moehr and Bernie Cleveland, owners and opera- tors ofG&B Emu Ranch, at 5101 E. Turner Blvd, Pahrump, held an open-house for the public Sunday, April 20. To introduce Emu meat. Along with the other guests attending, were Larry and Shirley Mauldin, owners of the Shilo Emu Ranch in Pahrump. Moehr and Cleveland started raising emus about 4 years ago with only six birds. From that original six, their stock has grown to 52 full-grown emus and 100 younger birds of various ages. The emus are nice to raise because they are clean and not noisy. Baby emus are striped, but lose their stripes when they're 2-3 months old. Emus are separated into groups according to age. They run around and into each other so much, that if left all together, the large emus may injure the small ones running into them. Emus are considered livestock and their meat is very tasty, a lot like beef. The meat when used like hamburger is comparable to seven percent beef. The meat is used for roasts, stir-fry, jerky, and other dishes. Most of the meat comes from the thighs, forequarters and drumsticks. The demand for this meat is growing. Although raised primarily for meat, other parts of emus are used for medicine, cosmetics, jewelry, and other things. The feathers are used for dusters, hat pins, earrings, necklaces, floral arrangements and whatever strikes a person's fancy. The toenails and beaks are also used for jewelry. Even the egg shells are used. They can be carved or have designs etched on them to make attractive knickknacks. The oil is used in cosmetics, for burns, scar tissues, arthritis, bursitis, sprains, psoriasis and other uses. A major benefit ofemu oil is that it is low in cholesterol. Breeder emus start laying eggs when they are approxi- mately 2 years old. They lay one egg every third day during the laying season. Emus that are not breeders are considered slaughter birds. The breeding emus are kept in a separate area with their mates. Chief Executive Officer resigns at Echo Bay Mines Tuesday, April 22, 1997 -- Richard C. Kraus has resigned as president, chief executive officer and a director of Echo Bay Mines Ltd. (Amex and TSE: ECO). His responsibilities will be assumed on an interim basis by Robert L. Leclerc, Q.C. Leclerc has served the company as chairman since May 1996 and a director since 1992. In announcing the management changes, Leclerc said "Richard Kraus played a major role in Echo Bay's growth. He VALL[Y D[NTAL Gr,.ouP 1420 E. State Hlglway 372 PahnJmp,  89041 727-6615 was instrumental in the acquisition of our two largest mines, Round Mountain in 1984 and McCoy/Cove in 1986. His keen strategic planning accomplishments have helped to position this company for sound financial and organizational growth into the next century. We are grateful for his significant contributions over the past 17 years, and we wish him every success in the future. It is time now to move forward into our next growth phase with new leadership." Leclerc, 52, served as Echo Bay's primary outside legal counsel for more than 15 years and as a director of Echo Bay since 1992. He had been chairman and chief executive officer of Milner Fenerty, a major Canadian law firm located in Calgary and Edmonton. Kraus was named president of Echo Bay in, 1991, a director in 1992, and chief executive officer in 1994. Echo Bay is a major gold producer with mines in Canada and the United States and with exploration and development projects on four continents. The primary markets for its common shares are the American and Toronto stock ex- changes. Primary care, laboratory and radiology services Affiliated visiting medical specialists Special series of eduCational lectures for seniors Most major insurances accepted Oce Hours: M-F, 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm Have questions? We will be happy to assist you. Summit Family Healthcare A Division of Desert Springs Hospital 727-5509 I I 5 I S H i g h w a y I 6 0 * P a III I I I III h r u m p, Nevada 89048 i i i