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Date Posted: 19:23:01 01/28/08 Mon
Author: Joy
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Subject: Re: Housing of quails
In reply to: Nikki 's message, "Housing of quails" on 17:12:48 01/28/08 Mon

Hi Nikki
For a start I've learned that twos are better than threes because in the wild they pair up in twos and in my own experience, with a trio, one of the quails was pecked and chased by the other two. Single quails probably need a lot more attention otherwise they would be lonely and they are more likely to cry out in the middle of the night. But with loads of love and attention, a quail on its own will be tamer and perfectly happy. Thats my thoughts anyway, as well as from what I've read. I've never kept a quail on its own for a long time so other people will have a better idea about what single quails are like. Good luck with possible future quails!

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