Hi, I'd love some help with my problem. I'm almost done building my livestock barn and have built a chicken area for my 30 chickens, and have also built a nearby quail area. I have a lot of experience with chickens but very little experience with quail so I'm not sure I am doing things correctly. I built an empty "coop" area that's about 20'x4' with an attached and covered run area that is about 20'x8'. I guess I have to admit that without really doing any research I just assumed that I would raise the quail much like tiny chickens and run them all in together in the coop and perhaps build a bunch of small nesting boxes for the quail to use. And now upon further research, it looks like quail won't lay eggs in nesting boxes and kind of lay their eggs wherever they get the urge to lay them, and it looks like a ton of people raise their quail in cages (almost similar to rabbits which I also raise). So moving forward, if I want at least 50+ laying females, should I build system of cages to house the quail? Or just let them loose in the pen with the males running around in with the females and let them live as one big community? Basically, is it better to raise your quail like rabbits? Or like chickens? (if that makes any sense lol). I'd love to hear any and all input you might have! Thank you!