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Date Posted: 00:47:38 01/11/08 Fri
Author: Joy
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Subject: Re: Male Crowing
In reply to: Adam & Jess 's message, "Male Crowing" on 23:33:42 01/10/08 Thu

Hi Adam & Jess
The crowing is because he is alone as you realised and getting a female will solve the problem. If you don't want chicks then you can remove the eggs each day but she probably wouldn't sit on them anyway. Quails are known for not being enthusiastic sitters. Another male may fight so it isn't a good idea to get one.
I hope I've been helpful,

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