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  1. BobwhiteQuailLover

    Mountain

    Breed Details: VERY HARD TO RAISE! Not for the beginner quail raiser! As chicks, they will peck toes and it is hard to get them to start eating as chicks. When they are hatched, cut up mealworms into small pieces and feed for the fist few days. They will need a 28% Protien feed as chick, and...
  2. BobwhiteQuailLover

    Golden Pheasant

    Breed Details: Golden Pheasants are pretty easy to raise. Chicks need 24% Gamebird Starter, and fresh water at ALL times. I like to put marbles in the waterer to prevent drowning. They can go outside in a grow-out pen at 6 wks. of age. They are the best pheasant breed for beginners and are quite...
  3. BobwhiteQuailLover

    Jumbo White Coturnix

    Breed Details: They are very easy to raise! The chicks need a 24% (or better) Gamebird Starter (GBS) and fresh water available at all times, I also like to put marbles in the waterer to prevent drowning. Also, if you keep them on ground, you will have to deworm them with pumpkins or Wazine 17...
  4. BobwhiteQuailLover

    Bobwhite

    Breed Details: They ARE aggressive, especially in breeding season. The chicks need a 24% (or better) Gamebird Starter (GBS) and fresh water available at all times, I also like to put marbles in the waterer to prevent drowning. Also, if you keep them on ground, you will have to deworm them with...
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