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I had coturnix and yes their meat isnt very good. It was tough and iron tasting. There isnt much to eat either. Plus they poop so much it isnt...
i think they were asking what type of quail it is and you got it backwards the females will have the bald spots.
Shape of the beak says coturnix quail. Cots have hook style beaks and bobwhites are more cone shaped
Usually hatch rate goes way down after 10 days and i think most people store eggs in a cool dark spot before hatching. I think a fridge is too...
Coincidence i say, some just grow at different rates.
Yes, I raise mine in colonies but when they are fertilized you have to check for eggs more often and refridgerate them or they can start...
They might fight but its more likely they will mate with each other all the time. I kept 5 extra males together and they all looked rough. If they...
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The ADOR1 is designed to draw only about 60 millionths of an amp, and the motor only draws around a fifth of an amp and...
I wouldnt worry too much, depends on how long the power was out, plus how well your incubator holds temp and humidity
I think so. Every hatch i raised the males seem were ahead of females
some roosters are just plain mean. Cull him and find a new male if you can.
I had 5 roosters together once and they didnt fight, they just took turns mating with each other,
Use what you prefer as long as its not cedar. Pine pellets might be an option
Thats a tibetan tuxedo coturnix quail. Like white ones just wait for crowing or eggs
Look them over for mites and things. Might be the problem too.
I agree with chick charm. Make a feeder only their heads can get in. And of course you can use up the pellets, break them down with an old...
Are there alot of feathers in or around the cage? If so she might be doing her spring moult
Any waterer will work. Well they waste alot of feed so look for "low waste feeder" here. They poop alot and keep your male to female ratio around 1:5
Double post sorry. Dang phone lol
This type of quail doesnt need a nest. Mine lay mostly in the dust bath. Sometimes they lay eggs at random spots. Yes males are the crowing ones