Okay, so I'm on lockdown with 20 Coturnix quail eggs. Here is my saga with quail: Memorial Day Weekend: Hatched 10 out of 12 coturnix eggs. Did fine for a few days, then all dead, like three or four a day. Summer: Ordered 100 eggs, out of 107 about 50 hatched. Pretty good, I thought. (These are bobwhite's, by the way) They did great in a brooder with a heatlamp set at specifically 100* and it was big enough that they could get anywhere where they liked the temperature. They had food and clean water. THEN They all died in the first couple weeks except 4. Then two more got chilled at 8 weeks outside, so now out of 100 eggs, I have two quail. MY THINKING: The first batch was from lack of heat, and the second was either from fungus or just stupidity. NOW: The 20 eggs are hatching, and I don't want to kill them. They say Coturnix are better to raise, not as wild, so hopefully I won't kill them. Any ideas on how to fix this saga? AHHHH!