Well, I've been doing some research into small meat birds, and came across the Coturnix. I have a couple questions if you guys don't mind! First of all, I see that most folks are keeping their coturnix in a hutch or cage setting. They're not kept in outdoor pens or free-ranged like chickens because they can fly, correct? (Sorry, total coturnix newbie here ) So, if I wanted to raise Coturnix in a way that let them grab bugs, grass, etc. would a chicken tractor be appropriate? Or do coturnix not even EAT grass and bugs? (LOL) Ideally I'd like to raise them as close to "free-range" as you can get for a quail. Second, what is the size/weight difference between "normal" and jumbo Coturnix? I've also seen people talking about an all-white variety, is there a benefit to raising that variety for meat, or is it just personal preference? And lastly - where do you guys get cartons for itty bitty quail eggs? Thanks for the info!!!