Hello everyone. I am thinking about raising quail and/or rabbits. I have been researching quail on the web for a while now. Found lots of great info here so I decided this is where I will ask my question. I love the idea of raising quail for eggs and meat. I would like to know if I can grow my own food and not buy commercial food at all. I live in florida and what I currently grow or have available to me are as follows. Moringa Oleifera: leaves contain 7 times the vitamin C of oranges, 4 times the vitamin A of carrots, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas, 2 times the protein of yogurt. All parts of the plant are edible, grows 15 feet a year. Katuk: another green, rich in nutrients Pigeon peas Winged beans Velvet beans Worms: composting worms and I could raise mealworms too Sri lanka weevils: a leaf notching pest I battle. organic plant based kitchen scraps many different tropical fruits I grow seeds from cranberry hibiscus and roselle a few other tropical vegetables: chaya, okinawa spinach, cranberry hibiscus, basket vine etc. several weeds including plantain and purslane I would also be willing to use a portion of my yard to raise seed for them. I am considering a quail tractor for my birds. Probably 2 or 3 actually. I want to eliminate the need for outside sources to keep my birds alive. Independance is what I am looking for in every sense of the word. If its not possible, maybe I will research rabbits more since I have a ton of nutrient rich greens. Thanks in advance for your help.