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Discussion in 'Quail' started by rjoschko, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. rjoschko

    rjoschko Chirping

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    If anyone is in the SE Alabama area and would like some Texas A&M quail I have some. I hatched around 60 and want to find new homes for around 20-25 of them. I am in Hartford Alabama. If interested email me at [email protected] They are a little over a week old. Rick Joschko here.
     
  2. Lollypop

    Lollypop In the Brooder

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    I wish you were closer to Mobile, I'd take them all. Just got the cadge ready. Lol
     
  3. dougan778

    dougan778 In the Brooder

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    Same, I live in WI and I'm having trouble finding em
     
  4. sniper338

    sniper338 Songster

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    Grow em out and eat em... easy fix and hella good eatin..
     
  5. James the Bald

    James the Bald Songster

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    Rick,
    in five or 6 weeks, if you still have those quail, here is an option, followed by this option.
    Roll Tide.
    James
     
  6. luvburds

    luvburds In the Brooder

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    how bout them dawgs, james
     
  7. rjoschko

    rjoschko Chirping

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    I want to keep enough for my breeding cage. I have a GQF 3 section cage. Am going to put one cock and 4 hens in each section. And I think I will harvest some for meat.
     

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