Well, its happening, my babies are having babies!! I took 105 eggs from my quail that i hatched in the spring and i stuck them in the incubator to see what happens, well, its happening, the first chick just popped!! The funny thing is i just took them out of the turner last night as they were due to hatch on Fathers Day, needless to say they are a little early!! On another note............this whole recessive/dominant thing has me puzzled as i have an A&M chick, which was the first to hatch, that egg came out of the pen with the A&M hens and the Tuxedo Rooster, so i guess with the Rooster being half A&M and half Tibetan + the full A&M hens the little chick is 3/4 A&M!! Curious to see if there will be any blotching when it grows up! And i am starting to think that hatching Coturnix is not much of a science at all as i did some experimenting this round, i even had the humidity drop down to 33% two times for a full day each time. The temp was averaging 100.1 degrees in a forced air Hovabator with a high temp of 101 and a low of 98. The humidity when the chick hatched with no problem at all was 55%. There are a lot more eggs pipping now as well. I will have another report this evening!!...............Jason So far i have 53 quail: 5 A&M, 11 tux's and the rest browns, goldens and tibetans!! A couple of the tux's look like penguins, all white bellies and black backs!! Things are going good!!