Quail eggs and hot weather.

Rosanna9246

In the Brooder
May 18, 2021
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Hopefully this isn’t a already answered question, but here it goes. It’s been really hot lately. Upper 90s for a few weeks. I usually collect my eggs (non fertile—no males in coop) every late afternoon. However some days I can’t get them for at max two days because of bad storms. Is there like a hard and fast rule about how long they can be in the coop in 90 plus heat? They don’t get any direct sunlight. Any information would be helpful.
 

FloorCandy

Crowing
Apr 15, 2020
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Hopefully this isn’t a already answered question, but here it goes. It’s been really hot lately. Upper 90s for a few weeks. I usually collect my eggs (non fertile—no males in coop) every late afternoon. However some days I can’t get them for at max two days because of bad storms. Is there like a hard and fast rule about how long they can be in the coop in 90 plus heat? They don’t get any direct sunlight. Any information would be helpful.
I find some that look like theyve been in there a while and were buried and dug back up a few days later, even in extreme heat I’ve never opened one and found it bad.
 

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