I helped out my step dad and cousin for a while today and I knew he does p-fowl so while we were getting his new boat setup he invited me to take a look at his setup. It was great! I asked him if he's used an incubator before and he told me no, his p-fowl lay, but they've never done that before. I offered to incubate his stock for him, and he thought that would be a great idea. Since he's never done quail we talked about how I'm learning and getting started. Then I told him of the outdoor setup I was wanting to put in for them and he said "Shoot, if I would have know that, I've got a small flight pen you could have. Here load it up on the trailer and take it home. GASP! It's six foot wide, eight foot long and six feet tall. After setting it up I errrrrrrr..... ya. I've got 12 out there right now playing and boy do they love the freedom to fly around. For now I took 1/2 of a dog crate I had out back and put it in for them to get out of the wind and to keep the food dry. Going to see how well these pics turn out but here they are!!!!! I think my roo's love it for sure because they started crowing immediately and fat bas$ard (Ok, I did name a couple of birds) is running around trying to mount everything that moves The wire is only on the ground in the corners and is about 2" above the ground in most areas. I am so happy I could bust! PS, My yard was quite messy there because I left all my transport cages were they were and was running out of light.