Here are some pics of my little flock!!

JoeQ

Chirping
Mar 25, 2018
85
77
77
Hatboro Pa
Any comments on types would be appreciated, I’m pretty sure they are typical coturnix quail and maybe a couple Italian, not sure what it means if anything with the ones with white patches. Thanks, this is my first time raising quail, for eggs. I know I have a couple roosters too, I may want to hatch a few with the kids! Thanks for any input!!
 

Attachments

  • DC82E550-136E-4D69-A494-657C2089FFFC.jpeg
    DC82E550-136E-4D69-A494-657C2089FFFC.jpeg
    395.6 KB · Views: 19
  • 4F68BD69-5046-4701-A2B2-71F3618C82C1.jpeg
    4F68BD69-5046-4701-A2B2-71F3618C82C1.jpeg
    244.2 KB · Views: 18
  • 068F1934-790C-4E9E-AA26-EBEF8BBBCD52.jpeg
    068F1934-790C-4E9E-AA26-EBEF8BBBCD52.jpeg
    437.2 KB · Views: 15
  • F518F50A-20CC-499F-A299-AFE4836DFB43.jpeg
    F518F50A-20CC-499F-A299-AFE4836DFB43.jpeg
    417.1 KB · Views: 16
  • 931141CE-3959-450F-8F7B-FE6C1484BB88.jpeg
    931141CE-3959-450F-8F7B-FE6C1484BB88.jpeg
    771.5 KB · Views: 16
  • B352085E-1B23-4EE7-A482-55A98449B7E4.jpeg
    B352085E-1B23-4EE7-A482-55A98449B7E4.jpeg
    229.8 KB · Views: 15
  • ED9ED376-3A69-428A-97A6-85747D2CD94E.jpeg
    ED9ED376-3A69-428A-97A6-85747D2CD94E.jpeg
    355.7 KB · Views: 16
  • 031BC9DC-C85D-4785-82F2-1A05CDF4B653.jpeg
    031BC9DC-C85D-4785-82F2-1A05CDF4B653.jpeg
    469.6 KB · Views: 15
  • D1A48ADA-9671-48DB-916D-E640FBEA70C6.jpeg
    D1A48ADA-9671-48DB-916D-E640FBEA70C6.jpeg
    674.7 KB · Views: 15
  • F5254D8B-C939-4AEE-9582-B3D379D2BB69.jpeg
    F5254D8B-C939-4AEE-9582-B3D379D2BB69.jpeg
    364.5 KB · Views: 16
  • 4D80724A-BA4D-4F55-861A-92B4BE102669.jpeg
    4D80724A-BA4D-4F55-861A-92B4BE102669.jpeg
    436.6 KB · Views: 16
  • 2404EF17-5067-42A2-8A55-A8B3D6ED921E.jpeg
    2404EF17-5067-42A2-8A55-A8B3D6ED921E.jpeg
    452.1 KB · Views: 16

JoeQ

Chirping
Mar 25, 2018
85
77
77
Hatboro Pa
What’s crazy to me is that the last picture looks like a hen to me with all the black checkering, yetbits a rooster! Saw him crow yesterday! I was shocked because there are others that look identical except for the white patch that are hens!?!?! Any input would be greatly appreciated! THANK YOU
 

JaeG

Crossing the Road
Premium Feather Member
6 Years
Sep 29, 2014
7,978
23,628
941
New Zealand
Some colours can't be sexed by colour, the rosettas being one of them, although my rosetta boys are more red in the face. The ones with white spots will be carrying white. Sometimes they only show a small spot, sometimes their whole chest will be white. If you breed two with white spots you should get some white offspring.
 

JoeQ

Chirping
Mar 25, 2018
85
77
77
Hatboro Pa
Some colours can't be sexed by colour, the rosettas being one of them, although my rosetta boys are more red in the face. The ones with white spots will be carrying white. Sometimes they only show a small spot, sometimes their whole chest will be white. If you breed two with white spots you should get some white offspring.
Thanks for the input, as I'm sure you've realized I'm new and looking to learn all i can! thanks again
 

JaeG

Crossing the Road
Premium Feather Member
6 Years
Sep 29, 2014
7,978
23,628
941
New Zealand
Thanks for the input, as I'm sure you've realized I'm new and looking to learn all i can! thanks again

You're in the right place then. There are lots of lovely quail people here so just ask us anything. :thumbsup
 

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom