Quail Breeders in Central Ohio or near Athens, Ohio.

Discussion in 'Quail' started by HeartLunger, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. HeartLunger

    HeartLunger In the Brooder

    Hello, I'm looking for some direction on where I might be able to procure some quail in Central Ohio or near Athens, Ohio. I live in Fairfield county and work in Athens. More specifically, I am looking for Bob White Quail.

    Thanks for the help!
  2. macnugget

    macnugget Songster

    just so you know I just got my paper work from the state and bob whites have to be licensed cortunix don't it only 25a year and 40 if your going to be selling
  3. HeartLunger

    HeartLunger In the Brooder

    OKAY! Maybe I'm more interested in Cotournix, now. [​IMG]
  4. mooman

    mooman Dirty Egg Eater

    Apr 9, 2008
    Marietta, SC
    Go bobcats. O-H-I-O...O-H-I-O....O-H-I-OOOOOOOO

    Best five years of my life [​IMG]
  5. monarc23

    monarc23 Coturnix Obsessed

    Jul 18, 2008
    Indiana, Pennsylvania
    I dunno what you're looking for here (and im half asleep so if this isnt helpful sorry).....a friend of mine breeds coturnix in ohio, though im not exactly sure where... I did know at one point lol but dont ask me now...lol

    her screenname is Lilralphieroosmama
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2009
  6. macnugget

    macnugget Songster

    Do you want to start out with chicks or eggs
  7. HeartLunger

    HeartLunger In the Brooder

    Quote:I would like to start out with chicks. The build of my incubator is on hold until the chicken coop is finished. [​IMG]
  8. macnugget

    macnugget Songster

    let me know if you want some after april 3 I have a friend who works with me here and travels that way home on the weekends might be able to transport them for you.
  9. HeartLunger

    HeartLunger In the Brooder

    Quote:Oh yes, I would definately like some after April 3! That gives me enough time to get the coop built and the cages made. Let me know what I need to do to order them.

    Now, I just need to find pictures/plans of quail cages so I can make my own.

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