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Date Posted: 14:37:52 10/18/10 Mon
Author: Deborah
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Subject: Re: Jumping Button
In reply to: Diane 's message, "Re: Jumping Button" on 12:39:07 10/18/10 Mon

I hope he is happy.

I do not have this quail verry long now. I think it's a rooster, but am not sure. He / she is now 4 weeks old and comes from an incubator. He is alone. The other chick was alive for 4 days and one chick was dead in the eg.
It's really a very sweet quail. He is sitting on your lap and can be stroked.

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