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Discussion in 'Quail' started by ChickenAndMore, Aug 8, 2013.
Does anyone have any tips on hatching/raising coturnix quail.
You can start with this link. It has 2 links in there on incubating and brooding.
I hope this provides you with the assistance you are looking for.
It was very useful information, Thank you.
This was the article that brought me to this site, a ton of useful info: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/102281/coturnix-quail-basics-information-and-pictures-galore
This was really good information. Thanks
Well I bred mine 4rm day old 200 of them yu need 95c of heat electric bulb 2 be specific keep wood shavin in the area of breeding / brooding then food and water change their water regularly if. Its filled wit wood sheaves or dirt well @ 2months u would reap yur reward in eggs lol!
1 quail hatched and several eggs are shaking! Cant wait for them all to hatch! Thank you all.
Thank you all so much I had 40 eggs hatch! 35 of them lived. They are now laying eggs and I am getting about 15 eggs a day, most of them were males. Here they are today
That is a fantastic strike rate 35 from 40 survive. Looks like you have a great set up there too. Like the idea of having half wire and half bedding. Did you buy the eggs or did you breed them your self? They all look super healthy and good condition
I bought the eggs at a chicken auction. I just had 2 eggs from them hatch yesterday! I will try to post a picture when I get home. I like the set up too.I use hay now but still sprinkle some shavings in there because it smells better and they love to play in it.