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Date Posted: 10:40:29 02/01/08 Fri
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Housing of quails
In reply to: Jade 's message, "Re: Housing of quails" on 20:13:52 01/28/08 Mon

We have some trios that have done very well together; they usually do, if they have enough space. We did have a "pecker" who we isolated every time we caught him (about three or four times). He started pecking after his mate hatched chicks and the chicks matured. Probably just too many birds together. Even when we separated him with his mate, he continued to peck her. After several isolations, I guess he finally learned his lesson. He now is with his original mate and all is well

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