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Date Posted: Monday, August 13, 07:53:09am
Author: Cheeta
Author Host/IP: dsl-58-6-243-32.wa.westnet.com.au /
Subject: Re: Cortunix quail sexing
In reply to: Terra 's message, "Re: Cortunix quail sexing" on Saturday, August 11, 02:35:54am

Thanks Terry. Is there by any chance a pic of the bulbous gland please? I was told my guys are around 4 - 6 weeks old. I really can't tell!! LOL. and also in terms of the big bulge, how big are they in diameter? and are they like really petruding kinda bulge? like how high are they? I guess my babies are still young, or they are all girls!!

How old do they generally have to be before they are sexually matured and the bulb becomes visible? Thanks again. You have been a great help!!

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