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Comments for The Omlet Guide to Keeping Quail

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Aydi, 17 July 2016

There is an excellent book for new quail keepers called Urban Quail Keeping, by Karen J Puddephatt. I wish I'd had it when I first started it out. It would have saved me from a good few problems. This may be helpful for others starting out with quail.

Katrina, 14 July 2016

I hope to be moving house in 6 months and am hoping to buy some ex battery birds (any poultry) maybe a mixture if that's possible I would like to rehome another dog as well why should they miss out on lots of love Kind Regards Katrina Crow

Jack, 21 April 2016

I am hatching three dozen due next weekend,I need advice on the sort of pen or run to keep them in I think that this site can give me all the advice I will need, please advise, Jack

Virginia, 15 March 2016

I have a small Quail don't know if its a male or female but its light colored and don't know what breed it is.....looks like what is featured here.....thanks for your input......=)

Harry, 26 July 2014

I love Quails there like Hampster but with feathers. I have Two Coturnix female and a Bob white female from California America and im going to get a male. Bob white are sort of good layers they lay white eggs and Coturnix speckled eggs. They play together, follow each other even fly together.

Lilyana, 27 April 2012

The Eglu I bought for my six Quails came in brill time AND the Quails were amazing!!!

Eleanorjohannson, 26 April 2012

Quails? They are the most perfect little specimens of poultry for small gardens. They are great! Forget everything they tell you about shy 'lil Quails, these birds are both inquisitive and friendly. I have fifteen and each has a very sweet and personified nature.

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