20+ Texas A & M Coturnix Quail Hatching Eggs

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  1. renegaderidgefarm

    renegaderidgefarm Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jul 6, 2009
    South Carolina
    20+ White Texas A&M Coturnix Quail Hatching Eggs.

    These are from first year layers that have been raised on wire.

    These birds do have the throw back gene with the brown spot.

    Our birds are fed a high protein diet. Our hatch rate has been a consistent 98%.

    I prefer Paypal on egg purchases but if thatÂ’s not an option for you I will work with you. Please contact me PRIOR to auction ending and I will accept money orders and e-checks. If there is a problem with your payment please contact me asap.

    All though our eggs are packed carefully and shipped USPS Priority Mail - Please understand that shipping eggs can effect the hatch rate & so can your incubator. Due to circumstances beyond our control during shipping and incubation we DO NOT offer refunds, credits, or replace eggs. PLEASE DO NOT ASK.

    TOO MANY FACTORS THAT I CAN NOT CONTROL CAN EFFECT YOUR HATCH RATE. PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK ON THE CONDITION OF YOUR EGGS WHEN THEY ARRIVE - NOT YOUR HATCH RATE.

    Paypal payment address is [email protected].
     
  2. emvickrey

    emvickrey ChowDown Silkie Farm

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    I aquired 4 different breeds of quail lately and have learned how to tell theidifference in the sex, except for this same breed. Mine have black spots on their heads. One has more spots than the other. That's the only difference I can tell. Is there another way besides the make is smaller?
     

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