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Date Posted: 01:11:46 01/11/08 Fri
Author: Trina
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Subject: Re: Male Crowing
In reply to: Joy 's message, "Re: Male Crowing" on 00:47:38 01/11/08 Fri

Yes, Joy is right. Another female would probably stop him crowing as much. If you don't want babies just collect the eggs every day & then each week hard boil them then mash them up, shell & all & feed them back to the quails. They love them & it's very nutricious for them, plus it helps replenish the calcium that the female uses making the eggs in the first place. You should also supply a bit of crushed oyster shell, or something similar if you get a female.

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