Howdy folks. I feed a 28% protein feed I buy off Amazon, but it is pretty expensive(40$/20lb) and I fairly often get soft eggs from my Coturnix quail so end up also adding in a calcium supplement. The feed is also a high % powder, which seems wasteful as it just inspires my birds to try and kick the feed out and dustbath in it. I keep meaning to sift it and use the powder as a starter or something, but I haven't gotten around to doing it. I occasionally add in a bit of a wild bird seed mix for a treat or give them some mealworms or moths or something(I have many insectivorous pets so often have weird feeder options on hand). I have been entertaining thoughts lately of mixing in a second type of feed that would be cheaper and lower protein, but can't find anything above 17%, and that seems way too low to me, even to use as a filler. So I guess my questions are, what do you feed your birds, how much does it cost, and where do you get it? I have been also thinking of how to get the yolks to color up, as they are a rather uninspiring yellow currently. Could I offer cracked corn or something? What options are there for feeding quail naturally?