We've had 24 coturnix for about 1 week now. They're 9 wks old today. I'm learning a lot! I started out building a small coop for them, but it was clearly too small for 24. Just yesterday we moved them to a 8'x3'x2'H coop. I was thinking being in a larger coop would decrease the amount of head-pecking I've been seeing. Since I'm new at this, tell me: is head-pecking unavoidable and normal? Or unacceptable and a reason to cull? I think at least 2 of them are doing this. Maybe it's normal male behavior? I'm stumped. Two or 3 of them do have bald little heads but no bleeding. The base of the coop is 1x1 hardware cloth, and the coop is suspended on blocks. Besides water & feed, what else should/could I put in there to keep them entertained? Or, more specifically, do they need entertainment to reduce the head-pecking? TOday I put a huge pile of grass clippings in there, but they put every bit through the wire onto the ground. I'm getting 10 eggs/day already. Exciting. Thanks for any tips you people have to offer!