Hi everyone! I'm a city dweller that has been keeping chickens for about 6 years, and it's been going great! I raise them for egg consumption, but I've been thinking about getting into quail for meat but in as much reading as I've done there are a few areas I'm still unclear on. I'm hoping you folks can provide some clarity! 1. I've always raised my chickens from pullets, or chicks that I've "planted" under a broody hen, so hatching will be new to me. For a quail setup I think I'll need an incubator and a brooder, and then I can move them to a pen outside, is that right? Or am I missing a step here? 2. I've seen a distinction between a breeding pen and a grow-off pen. Is it necessary to have both? I'm unclear on how to select birds for breeding and which ones to butcher. 3. Collecting & incubating eggs: I'm assuming you can collect eggs from the hens in the breeding pen and choose to incubate or eat those, and just eat the eggs produced by the birds in the grow-off pen? How often do you go through the incubation -> grow -> butcher cycle? 4. Pens: I've been thinking about just using an old chicken coop I have, modifying the nesting boxes to size. I guess I'll need another setup for a breeding pen? If there's a good resource out there that can clear up the process please let me know! Thanks!