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post #11 of 14
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I'm not really worried about them, I've only seen them once or twice but not recently. I'm worried more about hawks.

post #12 of 14
Once or twice with raccoons means there's always a possibility they'll rear their ugly heads. If you're using the same method on your chickens its only a matter of time. Some get lucky. Some don't. The important thing to remember is quail can fit through tiny tiny holes you didn't know existed. wink.png

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Kraienkoppe, Lakenvelders, Hamburgs, Plymouth Barred Rocks, Black Australorps, Easter Eggers, Seramas, multiple American Game, Coturnix Quail, Jumbo Bob Whites, assorted Pheasants,Guineas, and MUCH MORE.

 

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post #13 of 14
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They tend to stay away from my yard because of my dog. The last time one just put a paw in our yard my dog was right on him. He climbed up a tree before she got him but I think he got the message.

post #14 of 14

I like japanese quail they are ok layers and great pets.:weee

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