I'm planning on incubating and raising quail for meat/eggs I already have 6 in my aviary but want to do it on a larger scale. I have an old ice chest I'm planning on making an incubator out of. It's pretty large, so I'm hoping to continuously hatch about every two weeks until they reach butchering size, so I'm thinking of building 1 hutch with 2 pens, stacked. Maybe two. I probably won't be doing this until early spring of this year. I want to wait until after the holidays and we have a couple structures that need to be taken down that are a great source of free wood. I'm thinking they could spend their first two weeks inside, 3&4 weeks in the aviary, 5&6 weeks in one portion of the hutch, and 7-freezer in the other. The aviary has heat lamps, but it rarely freezes here. I'm in the Central Valley, CA. Either that or just get a large amount of eggs and raise them all at once. I'm still in the planning stages. Anyway, the whole point of starting this thread is because I want to make the perfect, easy to maintain hutch. So, what about your hutch or pen would you change to make it better?