It's a few days off, so you can start collecting your eggs now. I'm sending some coturnix eggs via an egg train to NW Missouri and am going to set eggs on the 29th. I want to do a "hatch-a-long" with him to compare hatch rates. My quail do not have an artificial light and are on the ground. Even though this isn't typical breeding season, thought it would be a good experiment to see what happens. Wanted to invite anyone else who wanted to play to join in. It would be interesting to see what kind of results are happening in the different parts of the country/world. Mailed vs. locally procured or even home grown. Talk about your type of incubator, temp and humidity, how you came by your eggs, if shipped how far they came from and was in the mail, and hatch rate success or even failures. There will be something to learn from everything and it will be fun! Hopefully looking for tons of pics and fuzzy-butts at the end. So, who's in?