I am the owner of an aviary, where I raise many different types of birds. Among these birds are button quail. Button quail are the smallest and tamest of true quail, measuring only 4 inches long at maturity. They are a prolific layer of eggs, have great personalities, and are a big hit anywhere they are sold. We raise our button quail by hand; they are artificially incubated, then regularly handled to ensure they are as tame and as docile as possible. They are given a high protein feed, get regular human interaction, and are always treated right. Many people who own these quail are charmed by them right away. They will wander the house, in search of treats, and will settle down with you to watch TV. They also will consent to be picked up and spoiled, so they are really a one of a kind bird! We are interested in expanding our market for these lucrative birds. In approxamitely ten weeks time, we will have anywhere from ten to twenty five of these birds up for sale, on the cusp of laying. We are willing to sell these for $8.00 a piece. They will undoubtedly be a hit at the store, and the talk of many of your customers. We are looking forward to hearing from you! Is this good letter to send to the person in charge? What should I change? Thanks!