Sassi Ostrich Farm

The construction of an ostrich farm in Imavere began at the end of the summer of 2002. In addition to ostriches, you can also see emus, peacocks, and many interesting breeds of chicken. In 2005, Sassi Farm added South-African ostriches also known as nandus to its inhabitants. You can admire parrots and other tropical birds in the tropicical house. The visitors' favorite is the squirrel.

Families with children are especially welcome to learn about tropical birds.

Good to know:

- in 2008, the first nandu chicks hatched in the ostrich farm, being the first naturally hatched nandus in Estonia.
- kangaroos have also lived on the farm since 2015.

The construction of an ostrich farm in Imavere began at the end of the summer of 2002. In addition to ostriches, you can also see emus, peacocks, and many interesting breeds of chicken. In 2005, Sassi Farm added South-African ostriches also known as

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