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Date Posted: 18:09:58 06/05/08 Thu
Author: Michele
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Subject: 2 more answers
In reply to: Christina 's message, "Oh and 2 more questions" on 10:59:19 06/05/08 Thu

1. I think they will be okay on pine shavings as early as three weeks old, maybe even younger if they seem strong and well-feathered, but don't forget to keep the heat lamp on them for the full five weeks.

2. Not necessarily; some buttons, male or female, are prefectly happy living alone, if their cages are next to the other button cages. Hopefully you'll end up with one or two button communities and you won't have a problem.

Happy Quails again!


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