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What Are Quail Good For?

Discussion in 'Quail' started by GuineaLady93, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. GuineaLady93

    GuineaLady93 Songster

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    Why do people have Quail? Are there any befits to having Quail?
     

  2. MobyQuail

    MobyQuail c. giganticus

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  3. Stellar

    Stellar The Quail Lady

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    Quail are great for breeding and preserving lines, meat, and eggs. They make great pets too!
     
  4. chickbird

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    what is your recipe for the quail and rice and the pickled eggs? thanks
     
  5. bfrancis

    bfrancis Songster

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  6. JJMR794

    JJMR794 Crowing

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    CHEW TOYZ FOR YOUR CAT...
     
  7. cva34

    cva34 Songster

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    If you don't know.I ain't gona tell.Leaves more for ME to EAT....cva34
     

  8. MobyQuail

    MobyQuail c. giganticus

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    the rice is regular yellow rice cooked in a steamer.
    the quail over the rice, I simmered down in a crockpot with bbq sauce for 4-5 hours.
    the pickled eggs, there are some great recipes around, I used Dirk's recipe posted around here somewhere with some added beet juice for the coloring.
     
  9. aprophet

    aprophet Songster

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    badminton practice :)
     
  10. Kwartel

    Kwartel Songster

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    If you have one get out when there is snow on the ground, you can hone your tracking skills.
     

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