Just wanted to share !

Discussion in 'Quail' started by mossypath, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. mossypath

    mossypath Chirping

    Jan 14, 2012
    My first hatch of buttons and I can’t believe how cute they are.
    All running around and then they go from 100 to 0 and fall asleep in one pile or in the food dish eating. One will call out and there all back at it. The runt I was afraid for (last to hatch) is the boldest one so I have hopes for it.
    They even act like they care for each other, one fell over in the water dish full of marbles and others came to help. After trying to knock him to his feet one grabbed his little wing and pulled it across the marbles to safety.

    Now to find eggs for JUMBO COTURNIX.
    I can see how this can be kind of addicting.[​IMG]

  2. chicklover16

    chicklover16 queen of flirts

    Jun 3, 2011
    Em's Dungeon
    You are being introduced to CHICKEN MATH!!!! it never ends.... you will just get more... and more.... and more... and more..... until they run your life!!!!!!!!!!
  3. mossypath

    mossypath Chirping

    Jan 14, 2012
    I just hope I don’t end up getting asked to be on that show Hoarders. My kids already think I’m nuts but 2 of my grandchildren got to see eggs hatch and are in love with my rabbits so in their eyes I’m the greatest grandma.[​IMG]
  4. bckyrdchknluvr

    bckyrdchknluvr Chirping

    Jun 12, 2011
    Congrats. I just had my first hatch of Coturix and already have more eggs in the bator.

  5. PoultryQueen29

    PoultryQueen29 Songster

    Sep 26, 2011
    North Carolina
    I'm just getting adult button quail on the 4th. If I find someone willing to take the chicks I might hatch some for a little summer project!
  6. Mibotsu

    Mibotsu Songster

    May 23, 2011
    Balbriggan, Ireland
    it is addiciting, i got my first 5 right after i joined this forum(you can see my join date) well i now have about 80 birds lol
  7. NoZolbitty

    NoZolbitty Chirping

    I've had in my life budgies chickens, a lovebird and a canary, I'm curious to know what or rather how iter active these little cuties are with their people?

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