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Date Posted: 22:07:24 06/13/08 Fri
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Button Chick Question
In reply to: Marie 's message, "Button Chick Question" on 15:12:26 06/13/08 Fri

Hi Marie,

No, you cannot put younger chicks in with older ones. The older ones will dominate the little ones and perhaps harm them. You can sex them when they are fully mature. The males have some pinkish feathers around the vent area. Depending on the type, some males have a white "bib" around their necks. Also, the males will make a distinctive crowing sound.

There is some good info on buttons under Quick Links -- Button Quail FAQS. Good luck with your buttons!

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