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Date Posted: 08:33:06 05/10/10 Mon
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: new to button and jap quails
In reply to: Teresa 's message, "new to button and jap quails" on 22:33:26 05/07/10 Fri

Hi Teresa,

No, it rarely works to introduce incubated chicks to adult buttons. The chicks will not be accepted and most likely will be attacked, especially by the adult male. The chicks need warmth and would not get it from the adults, and most likely would die. I don't think introducing any type of chick to adult buttons will work. Sometimes an adult male will not even accept his own chicks. So my advice is to keep them all separate. If your aviary is large enough, when the chicks are mature, then they may be placed in it under your supervision to see if they are accepted by the others.

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