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post #11 of 14
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EmTy,

I've always heard that allergies can be caused by what the animal eats.  I've been tested and I'm allergic to the proteins in these products and I also react physically to these items.  I've had quail eggs about 5 times now.  I'm currently not allergic, but that doesn't mean I won't develop an allergy, time will tell.  I'm am allergic to soy, and many other things that may be in feed so I may look for a soy-free feed.

 

Thank you for the link for chicks.  I know the Gambels are here in the wild.  You are correct Bobwhites might be easier to find here, but we need some type of license to raise them here.

 

Thank You,

SuseyQ

post #12 of 14
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EmTy,

I had already found that site and called the only NM hatchery listed and they no longer deal in quail.  I've also searched the net.  I'll look at some other adjacent states and see if they have anything that might work for me.

 

Thank you for your support and help,

SuseyQ

post #13 of 14
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EmTy,

I found a few hatcheries out of state that could work out well.  I chose ones closest to our locations.  I did find one with Cortunix.  I'll pursue this and let you know if I have any success. 

 

Thank you again,

SuseyQ

post #14 of 14
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Hurley,

I'm tinkering with starting with some chicks and seeing how things go.  If things go well and I can get them to survive and troubleshoot problems I'll consider investing in an incubator. 

 

Thank You,

SuseyQ

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