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Date Posted: 23:03:52 05/27/10 Thu
Author: Marge
Author Host/IP: 208.74.247.249
Subject: new to buttons and have questions

Hi I just got my first button quail 3 weeks ago. They were about a day old at that time. They have been in a brooder since then, are feathered and doing fine. I've ordered a book on buttons, but until it comes I have questions. How long do they have to stay under the heat lamp? They are eating chicken crumble and dryed meal worms. What else do they like? I have 4 quail of different colors and don't know if they are male or female. They are all getting along at present. I have a place for them to hide. They are on paper towel and have clean water. Am I missing anything? Can they start going outside for awhile on warm days? Thanks for any advice.

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