I was at the "cattle sale" in my hometown this morning (local Monday tradition for when I'm off work: yardsale stuff, some poultry, food, etc) and I spied some Coturnix quail for 2.00 each. They were adults, and the seller was kind enough to sex them for me. I'm pretty sure I got three ladies to go with my one rooster and hen at home. They also mentioned that they had a bag of quail hatching eggs, and since they were only selling coturnix quail there, I assumed, like an idiot, that the eggs would be obviously coturnix too. I got a paper bag of 70 for 3.00. Didn't look at them first, because 3.00 seemed like a heck of a deal, and when I got home, imagine my surprise when this is what I found: (keep in mind the pic is of the eggs I won't be incubating because they were cracked...that's not what I'm concerned about, and yes, the color of the eggs is bleach WHITE...all of them. I found around a dozen cracked, but again, I'm not worried about that) So WHAT kind of eggs do I have?? They are mostly fairly large for coturnix, and ALL are solid white. Any spots you see are either cracks or poo...please help so I know how long to incubate them!!!