Have you thought about adding coturnix quail to the mix? The ones I hatched are already laying, They started at 6 weeks and their eggs are so adorable. I read the extra males are ready for the table between 6-8 weeks. They hatch in about 17 days so they are quick all around birds. I hatched the jumbo brown variety but they come in many colors. I think they would be a great addition. You can't free range them but they don't take up much space and could have them in a covered aviary or a small cage.
I would be willing to ship you some eggs for free If mine are fertile. I've only pickled the ones they have laid so far and haven't checked for any bulleyes by cracking them open. I would need someone to walk me through packing and shipping them if they are fertile. You could possibly hatch in Ca. keep the quail until they start laying, check for fertility then bring those eggs to the Philippines. Of course, here you don't need a license for these as they are not native. I'm not sure about the laws where you are for keeping them.
Oh one more thing, I'm only going to have easy access to these eggs til Feb. 8th. Then they go to my dad's farm which is a 3 hour drive away, and I don't get there that often esp in the winter months. I'm sure someone in California has these quail too, and probably a variety of colors. I think you would have fun hatching these little multipurpose guys.
I love reading all your post on this adventure, makes the winter here seems warmer and brighter. I type this as it's freezing rain outside.