- Jul 19, 2010
So. Today it is windy and the wind is cold and we found 16 gambel's quail eggs. Seeing as they were cold we took them in and numbered them. They are currently in a box with a heating pad underneath to kkep them warm. Since we order one day old chicks we don't have an incubator, so we're checking with friends to see if they have any broody hens that want to hatch something. We are going to candle them in a few minutes to see if there are chicks (most likely that there is) but we need help as to find out ways to keep the eggs warm. I personally would like to know if gambel's lay well or not. Please reply!