The breeder I got my newbies from is having a clearout so tomorrow, I'm off to pick up his remaining coturnix and all of his CPQs. maybe 6 or 7 of them, if I remember right, but I didn't get a close look. Might be fewer. Now I've had CPQs before, but a long time ago. Like 16 years ago. I've forgotten everything! So, give me the rundown. Best food, or best food to use until I can get the best food (if that makes sense)? My adult coturnix are on Heygates 2mm thick micropellets, I'm guessing these might be too big for buttons though. I also have turkey starter crumb and regular chick crumb (medicated). I've not got much of the turkey though and as I've got two chicks on it and possibly some more arriving tomorrow I'd prefer not to use it if possible. I can get more of course, but it takes a week to arrive. What about space - am I right in thinking 1 square foot per bird as with coturnix or is it less for buttons? Is the preferred decor the same as the cots? I have big branches and tunnels for them, I could easily sort out the same for the teenies. Anything else I need to know? He's got them living with the coturnix at the moment but I'll be keeping them separate - my big pen is half my spare room sectioned off, which is fine for the bigger birds but not secure enough for something the size of a CPQ. Thanks!