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Date Posted: 18:39:15 01/29/10 Fri
Author: Ashley
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Subject: Re: I'm getting baby quails in a few weeks...
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: I'm getting baby quails in a few weeks..." on 12:27:30 01/29/10 Fri

I went and picked up chicks the day they were born as soon as they dried off. What I did was I took a styrofoam cooler, one of those gel packs and aspen shavings. I heat the gel pack up in the microwave for 90 seconds. The wrapped a cloth around it and put shavings on top. With the thermometer. It stayed betweem 99 and 101 for the entire drive till I got them home to an already heated brooder.

It was a 45 minute drive and everyone did very well with it. This is just what worked for me hopefully it is helpful. :)


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