Ostriches in Portugal (ENG/ PT/ DE)


Ostriches in Portugal (ENG/ PT/ DE)

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Ostriches iPortugal

hat? ? What am I talking about? Yeah, noidding.

On my lalast trip across the country, a little road trip, I saw a lot of this ostrich farms. I don't know who and if you knew it at all, but it's becoming more and more trendy to buy ostriches in Portugal. Even on the islands of the Azores, on the mainland there are many ostrich farms, can you call it like that, Ostrich farms? These farms keep the ostriches like cows or sheep or horses, sometimes they are sharing the same field with the othanimals.

et's hs have a look at the background of animal.

he ose ostrich or as this one is called in the professional language "Struthio camels", belongs to the ratites and comes from Africa, it is considered as the largest living bird on earth. Nowadays it is only found in the southern part of the Sahara, but that was different in the past, when the ostrich was also at home in Western Asia. Since the beginning of time, the ostrich has always been a hunting object for humans because of its feathers, meat and leather, which led to the extinction of the bird iny regions.

Now why why is this animal also bred ortugal?

he ose ostrich animal is now bred in Portugal, especially in the Alentejo area, because ostriches are quite easy to handle when bred by humans and can adapt wonderfully to extreme climaticditions.

n Por Portugal, the meat of this bird is sometimes considered very delicate, me as a vegan I can't really say anything about that because I don't eat meat but I'm just surprised that something like this has apparently been in fashion here for a long time, first ostrich farm's were there around 2012, and is even gaining in popularity, while the vegan scene is thriving so ly here.

id you you knout this?

eave mave me your feedback and maybe you have some missing information you want to adur @LotusFleur

all done donyself

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Avestruzes ePortugal

quê?ê? Do que estou a falar? Sim, não digas.

Na minhaha última viagem pelo país, uma pequena viagem de carro, vi muitas destas quintas de avestruzes. Não sei quem e se você sabia, mas está ficando cada vez mais na moda comprar avestruzes em Portugal. Mesmo nas ilhas dos Açores, no continente há muitas quintas de avestruzes, pode chamar-lhe assim, quintas de avestruzes? Estas quintas mantêm as avestruzes como vacas, ovelhas ou cavalos, por vezes partilham o mesmo campo com os outranimais.

amos ds dar uma vista de olhos ao passado d animal.

avesavestruz ou como este é chamado na linguagem profissional "Struthio camels", pertence às ratites e vem de África, é considerado como a maior ave viva da Terra. Hoje em dia só se encontra na parte sul do Saara, mas isso era diferente no passado, quando a avestruz também estava em casa na Ásia Ocidental. Desde o início dos tempos, a avestruz sempre foi um objecto de caça para os humanos, devido às suas penas, carne e couro, o que levou à extinção da ave em muitagiões.

AgorAgora porque é que este animal também é criado ortugal?

animanimal da avestruz é agora criado em Portugal, especialmente na região do Alentejo, porque as avestruzes são bastante fáceis de manusear quando criadas por humanos e podem adaptar-se maravilhosamente a condições climáticxtremas.

m Por Portugal, a carne desta ave é por vezes considerada muito delicada, eu como vegan não posso dizer nada sobre isso porque não como carne, mas estou apenas surpreendido por algo assim estar aparentemente na moda aqui há muito tempo, as primeiras fazendas de avestruzes estiveram lá por volta de 2012, e até está a ganhar popularidade, enquanto o cenário vegano está a prosperar tão lentte aqui.

ocê saê sabire isso?

eixa-mixa-me o teu feedback e talvez tenhas alguma informação em falta que queiras acrescentar.
LotusFleur

Tudo Tudo feito p mesmo

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Straauße Portugal

as? W? Wovon ich rede? Ja, keScherz.

Auf meineiner letzten Reise quer durch das Land, einem kleinen Roadtrip, fielen mir verstärkt Straußen Farmen auf. Ich Weiss nicht wer und ob ihr es überhaupt wusstet, doch es wird immer trendiger in Portugal sich Strauße zuzulegen. Sogar auf den Inseln der Azoren, am Festland gibt es viele Straußen Farmen, kann man das so nennen? Diese werden wie Kühe oder Schafe oder Pferde dort gehalten, teilen sich manchmal auch mit den anderen Tieras Feld.

al kur kurz zum Hintergrund vonem Tier.

er Ster Strauß oder wie dieser in der Fachsprache heisst Struthio camelus, zählt zu den Laufvögeln und stammt an sich aus Afrika, er gilt als größter lebender Vogel der Erde. Heutzutage ist er nur noch im südlichen Teil der Sahara heimisch, doch das war früher anders, da war der Strauß auch in Westasien beheimatet. Schon seit Anbeginn der Zeit war der Strauß wegen seiner Federn, seines Fleisches und seines Leders immer schon ein Jagdobjekt für den Menschen, was in vielen Regionen zur Ausrottung des Vogührte.

War# Warum züchtet man nun dieses Tier auchortugal?

as Stas Strauß Tier wird in Portugal, ganz besonders in der Gegend um Alentejo mittlerweile gezüchtet, denn die Strauße sind recht einfach zu handhaben in der Zucht durch den Menschen und können sich wunderbar den extremen klimatischen Bedingunnpassen.

n Porn Portugal gilt mitunter das Fleisch von diesem Vogel als sehr delikat, als Veganer kann ich da nicht wirklich mitreden, doch mich wundert es einfach, dass sowas anscheinend seit langem, ca. 2012 schon im Trend hier ist und an Beliebtheit sogar gewinnt, während die vegane Szene so schleppend gedeiht.

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13.02.2020 21:42
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Sehr schön, da musste ich letzlich dran denken.
Schon Ende der Neunziger Jahre waren die " Bifes de avestruz " an jeder Fleischtheke zu haben, verschwanden aber nach ein paar Jahren wieder.
Ich dachte es hätte mit einem Zucht Verbot zu tun und bin überrascht bei Dir zu lesen, das es nicht an dem ist.
Den Fleischfressern kann ich den Vogel wärmstens empfehlen. 😎

14.02.2020 12:02
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Ach was? Ende der 90er schon? Interessant, wusste ich nicht. Wir sind am solchen Feldern halt zwecks surfen langgefahren und ein portugiesischer Freund meinte auch, dass das Fleisch lecker sein soll. Gab es damals ein Verbot? Vielleicht hat es sich ja einfach nicht rentiert ;)

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