I've got too many roos. Ok, had. Out of maybe 50 Coturnix, obviously half approximately were roos. And, while I enjoy the crowing, I was getting fearful that it might bother the neighborhood, especially the 4:00 AM crow-off. So, I processed some. I did reasonably well sexing -- got 2 hens by accident. I tried to "vent sex" and look for the white foam, as well as observing crowing behavior, but with that many running around, it was kind of hard keeping them straight. 9 out of 11 being roos wasn't too bad, and its not like there is a shortage of Coturnix hens in the world or in my pen. Total processed weight was 3.1 lbs, including the tiny giblets (yes, tiny, but I wasn't wasting them). I skinned them, seemed a lot easier than plucking, and I cut the wings off past the first joint, since it appeared there wasn't enough meat to worry about on the 2 outer segments. That is roughly 5 ounces each dressed weight. Will let you know what I think of the meat after I cook some.