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Welcome To Natures Works, Inc.

Natures Works, Inc. was created in April of 1997 by Norine Knutson, Patty Cogdill and Jill Roloff for the specific purpose of marketing our value added by-products from the emu ranches we own and operate.

EMU OIL

What is emu oil?

EMU OIL is an all natural product with a wide range of uses and is available for consumers of all ages. Numerous conditions can be improved by using EMU OIL without side effects.

Nationally acclaimed researcher, Dr. Barry Sears said, "Emu Oil is an untapped resource and currently now is where aspirin was in the early 1900's."

EMU OIL contains oleic acid, a substance which has local anti-inflammatory effect and is trans-dermal. Linolenic acid is also present in EMU OIL which helps reduce bruising and muscle pain. Professional sports trainers and athletes recognize the benefits of EMU OIL.

EMU OIL helps combat the effects of the aging process. Research has shown emu oil can thicken the skin, which reduces the appearance of aging.

EMU OIL is a natural emollient.

EMU OIL is hypo-allergenic.
2oz. Emu Oil Label
Our label was drawn by local artist Mitch Griess and printed by Lowe's Printing.

MEMBERS OF:


ND Dept of Agriculture's 'Pride of Dakota'

Minot Area Chamber of Commerce

NFIB (Nat'l Federation of Independent Businessmen)

MEGA (Midwest Emu Growers Alliance)

Humane Society






Special Offers

FREE feather offer. Send us a SASE (Self-addressed Stamped Envelop) and we'll send you a FREE emu feather and brochure.

We dye the feathers ourselves and use them in all our wonderful craft projects (have you looked at our dream catchers yet?)

Others use them in fashion accessories while sportsmen use them to tie flies for fishing.

AEA Slogan
This slogan was adopted by the American Emu Association in 2000.


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