Ostriches (Struthio camelus) reared in captivity are susceptible to health problems. Noninfectious diseases resulting from unskilled management due to the inexperience of most breeders are very common, involving environmental and nutritional stress. Nutritional deficiencies, which are most common problems with most commercial farming, are caused by incorrect feed formulation, mixture and storage. Such ype of deficiencies may lead to a high rate of deficient growth, bone deformities in the limbs and the loss of young birds. Blood biochemistry analysis is a common tool for the early diagnosis and correction of nutritional and metabolic disorders before the emergence of more serious symptoms, thereby preventing the premature loss and/or discard of birds. This book provides blood biochemical baseline values of juvenile ostriches from Nepal with detail review and analysis of various researches related to it. This book, therefore, provides health guideline values of blood biochemistry for ostriches which will extensively help professionals, farm managers, doctors, students as a tool for managing better husbandry of these birds.