Do any of you pasture quail in tractors? I will not keep animals in small cages. I have seen pictures of some lovely permanent outdoor pens for quail here on byc, but I would like to give them fresh green bedding regularly, and, of course, tractors are easier to clean and more sanitary than pens. I think I have managed to find all the YouTubes of quail in tractors. I think I like best the low ones made of pvc. I would not worry about predators because the tractors would be in a large pasture that is fully electric-fenced with lamas loose in the large pasture. The pasture would have been established with the best grains for quail. Pots of small wooded shrubs would hang inside each tractor for hiding places. There would also be a shelf inside an inch off the ground where trays of tall grasses would be placed and changed when needed. Setting this up would be quite expensive. I wonder if it would work. My biggest question would be "could the tiny quail escape under the edges of the tractor if the pasture was not perfectly level"? Any other problems that you see?