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Date Posted: 13:06:04 12/16/10 Thu
Author: Chris
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Subject: Re: Do Quail respond well to handrearing?
In reply to: Mitch 's message, "Do Quail respond well to handrearing?" on 21:30:15 11/24/10 Wed

Hi Mitch!
I have found that most quails will get tamer when offered food treats(like mealworms), patience & time. The very tame individuals tend to be hand raised, often by themselves, but some folks on this board have had luck taming quail even with others near! My very sweet quail, "Sweetpea" was the only egg that hatched in an incubator...lots of love and fuss, right from the start, produced a very, very tame quail(he's just over six and a half years old).


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  • Re: Do Quail respond well to handrearing? -- Shawna, 22:12:43 12/23/10 Thu

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