Ok, we finally have most of our quail pens done and in use, so I thought I'd show them off. We built these cages ourselves, and designed our own set up. We currently have 12 pens; 6 housing breeders (7 hens / 2 roos), and 6 housing juveniles (up to 20 / pen). We built 4 units 90" long X 24" deep X 16" high, and divided each of those cages into 3 pens 24" X30". We hung them in our pole barn down the center by screwing 2X4's down from the trusses, then adding cross boards to hang the cages from and one along the bottom of the cages to keep them hanging level. We hung two units on each side of the boards, so we have 12 pens in an area of aprox. 4Ft X15Ft. Underneath the cages is dirt (clay) which is packed VERY hard, and we keep it limed and just rake and sweep under it every other day, then add more lime. We also hang fly strips under the cages to keep the flies under control. Our next project will be some form of auto waterer, but haven't decided which way we want to go with this, with winter being a big concern. We keep our Quail chicks in the house in Rubbermaid tubs the first week, then move them to our outside brooder in the tack room of the barn (see pic) till they are ready to go to the cages. That's our operation, and it's working very well for us. As we expand more, we will add another setup like this alongside this one.