Was a really neat experience! Today was hatching day, and I got to see 3,500 little Coturnix chicks being packed off to brooders! I was hoping to get some oddballs that they can't use (they get rid of any chicks that don't look like they'll be browns) like an albino, which they usually get once a week. Not today though, I'll have to try next week! I did get to take home 9 chickies for free, one of which was a blonde color and I'm intrigued to see what it will look like once its older, as both parents were brown. The only sad part was them dumping all the empty shells into a garbage can... along with chicks that were still hatching! I tried to rescue one but the owner talked me out of it, saying that it would just weaken my flock if it actually survived and breed. Anyways it was very interesting to see how a quail farm operates (and of course all of the tiny baby quails!) Will post some pics later EDIT here's the pics! The qualities not great but enjoy Here they are straight out of the incubator! There were like 10 of these trays! That's about 100 quailies stuffed into a box!! The garbage can was almost filled with egg shells!