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Date Posted: 11:24:04 03/15/08 Sat
Author: Ursula
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Subject: Re: how maby quails
In reply to: Trina 's message, "Re: how maby quails" on 04:47:44 03/15/08 Sat

Thanks, Trina!!
Instead of buying more adults I am considering to let one of my females sit on a few eggs. She sat so steadily on hardboiled eggs last summer that I think she would do it. (And they are constantly laying, this one even laid eggs every other day all winter. They are now about a year old by the way.) But since I know I will have to separate her and the babies from the rest of the gang I didn't do it last year. I was thinking about building an extra "cage" within the aviary for that so I don't have to take her out and separate her and the babies completely from the others. Do you think that would work, and how long would I have to have the babies separated from the other adults?


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