Not_A_Robot
Last Activity:
Mar 31, 2018
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Gender:
Female
Location:
Northeast Ohio

Not_A_Robot

Chirping, Female, from Northeast Ohio

Nevermind Mar 22, 2018

Not_A_Robot was last seen:
Mar 31, 2018
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    2. Not_A_Robot
      Not_A_Robot
      Will soon be gushing about my button quail to anyone who would listen!
    3. Not_A_Robot
      Not_A_Robot
      Still looking for a female button quail for my male. I think he's a silver.
    4. Not_A_Robot
      Not_A_Robot
      Looking for a female button quail for my silver male, any mutation that isn't silver or cinnamon is good.
    5. Not_A_Robot
      Not_A_Robot
      Looking for golden pearl female button quail for my silver male. Had no idea he was a boy until he chased his parents and started crowing.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Northeast Ohio
    What’s your main reason for joining our community?:
    I have button quails and would like to know more about them. I have 3 so far, a breeding pair and their adult son. The pair are named Spice (male) and Latte (female), and their son is named Jazz. Right now 3-4-18 Jazz is crowing but has no bib. 3-7-18 Jazz is finally starting to grow a white bib!
    Looking for a female button quail with a color mutation that isn't silver or cinnamon for my silver male named Jazz. Jazz just grew up recently and is the only surviving chick from my breeding pair. Spice(Dad) and Latte(Mom) raised this little guy on their own! I hear that broodiness is rare in quail, but Latte seems fine sitting on her eggs for the most part. I just realize this whole thing is about my quail instead of me. Lol. Been trying slowly to get more quail, so I don't overwhelm myself. One day I hope to be able to get tiny chickens (like a serama, or ten lol), or maybe even bantam quail that I just recently heard about! First, I want to build a new cage/pen for my buttons before I do anything else. I never built anything before, so this is exciting! I never even worked with a power drill before, or any power tools really.

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