Is this a tibetan quail?

Quail 66

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Hello and Merry Christmas. I found a farm in my country that sells eggs for giga Tibetan as they call them. that's their foto. Is it really a Tibetan? Is there a thing like giga? I thought they were a bit smaller. And 12 euro p (14,62 d) for 24 eggs is a good price? And one last thing. Are they really more aggressive? will they harm my other coturnix?
 

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Fenrisulfr

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Difficult to say in the sun. I would say Rosetta, which is Tibetan-Gold cross (Gold from Italian/Manchurians).

I wouldn't say, that they are more aggressive.
But I cannot tell for Jumbos/Giants.

And 50 Euro Cent is a good price.
 

Quail 66

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Difficult to say in the sun. I would say Rosetta, which is Tibetan-Gold cross (Gold from Italian/Manchurians).

I wouldn't say, that they are more aggressive.
But I cannot tell for Jumbos/Giants.

And 50 Euro Cent is a good price.
Thanks. I'll do some more searching. They don't take responsibility for shipping problems. At least they didn't write " I sale brown golden and white quails" like others do 😂.
 

FloorCandy

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That looks Rosetta to me, I don’t know what giga is, but I’m not in Europe and I know things are named differently in different countries and even from farm to farm. My range types are not more aggressive.
 

FloorCandy

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Yeah, if I incubate them and turn out to be aggressive I'll keep a few and I'll give the rest to my friend with the big field ( he used to have ostriches ). He doesn't mind.
If there’s no roof or covering to the field, they will fly away and be eaten by other animals.
 

Quail 66

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If there’s no roof or covering to the field, they will fly away and be eaten by other animals.
No, he has a roof and feeders and everything. He doesn't have much time for keeping birds. He has a lot of hectares of trees, fruits, a lot of work. They've tried the ostriches for a while ( lots of people did) but with no support from the government these things end up in disappointment. He now keeps there various birds for fun
 

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