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Date Posted: 14:08:22 05/26/11 Thu
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Button Quail
In reply to: Taylor McLaughlin 's message, "Button Quail" on 16:09:38 05/25/11 Wed

Hi Taylor,

No, buttons do not have to be in 90 degree weather. Ours stay indoors and their temperature ranges from 60 degrees to 80 degrees. Others have outdoor quail that actually have been in snow. I believe that around 70 degrees is the optimal temperature for them, though.

Button quail are known as Painted Chinese Quail and their origin is Asia.

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  • Re: Button Quail -- Nancy, 14:55:32 06/03/11 Fri

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