Egg swap pics

Discussion in 'Quail' started by Steve_of_sandspoultry, May 18, 2010.

  1. Steve_of_sandspoultry

    Steve_of_sandspoultry Overrun With Chickens

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  2. chseeads

    chseeads Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 28, 2009
    Bloomington, Indiana
    Yay, exciting.
     
  3. Kim_NC

    Kim_NC Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 27, 2009
    Mt Airy, NC
    [​IMG] Can't wait to see your pics!
     
  4. PIXIEFARTS

    PIXIEFARTS Out Of The Brooder

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    YAY! cannot wait to see those little fuzzy butts
     
  5. cmom

    cmom Hilltop Farm

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    At our swap this past weekend after everyone had left, I found these two quail in our barn. One was pretty beat up especially on one side of its head. There was a person who brought quail. I asked another BYC member who was talking to the quail person and she said the quail person said they were Coturnix quail. One looks like a Coturnix but I'm not sure about the other quail. Can you tell by these pictures? One quail didn't want to cooperate when I was trying to take their pictures?

    Thanks, Alieda (cmom)

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  6. chseeads

    chseeads Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 28, 2009
    Bloomington, Indiana
    The first one is a coturnix.... That second one looks more like a little chicken than a quail.....
     
  7. cmom

    cmom Hilltop Farm

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    I think the second one may be an EE chick.
     
  8. aprophet

    aprophet Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The Second Chick What Color Are His Feet / Legs
     
  9. cmom

    cmom Hilltop Farm

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    Quote:greenish
     
  10. kelseygirl707

    kelseygirl707 Dances with Chickens

    Mar 3, 2009
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    Poor Baby, I would definitely keep that EE baby separated far from your flock, at least until you know what is wrong with it. And make sure you keep your hands washed after touching it. [​IMG]
     

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