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Date Posted: 06:22:16 01/26/08 Sat
Author: izhar
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Subject: Re: How can I introduce them steadily?
In reply to: Jade 's message, "Re: How can I introduce them steadily?" on 00:09:48 01/26/08 Sat

I'm sorry to hear that and yes quails can fly very high. Especially when they are young. So you should be careful. I would say that if you are trying get the hen to nest then leaving them in pairs is best. If you are just after fertilized eggs that you want to put in the in incubator, then you could have up to three females to one male. There are more qualified people here than me that can correct me if i'm wrong.

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