Quail breeders in NJ maybe trade some quails.

Discussion in 'Quail' started by organicquails, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. organicquails

    organicquails Out Of The Brooder

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    Hello

    Its my first post on this site or anywhere else for that matter ...
    I have been raising quails for years and recently moved to a property that offers me space to really get into it.
    I have 4 incubators at the moment and am looking to have 300-500 quails at any given time before the end of the year,
    Will have full organic ones and normal feed ones.
    organic will be for me and my family and anyone else that wants to pay for the difference the feed costs.
    The post is to see how many people in new jersey are on this forum that raise quail and maybe get to trade some ideas and quails or eggs to help each other out.
    Lets see what kinda of reply i get.
     
  2. Aspen Forest

    Aspen Forest Out Of The Brooder

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    I'm not a quail breeder only got my pheasants...however I am in New Jersey and thinking about getting some in the spring.
    What kind of quail do you have/looking to get?
     
  3. organicquails

    organicquails Out Of The Brooder

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    I have just about all types... cortunix (Pharoah, A&M , Reds , Italian texudo Texudo) have Bobwhites (Butler, Georgia giants, Snowflakes and Mexican speckle)
    Have gambles and just added 100 button eggs that will hatch Sunday the 3rd.
     
  4. Aspen Forest

    Aspen Forest Out Of The Brooder

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    Cooleo,
    How are the cortunix? I'm thinking about getting them for eggs and meat since we don't need to get a permit for them.
     
  5. organicquails

    organicquails Out Of The Brooder

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    They are the simplest and fasted ones to get going
     

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