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Summer Heat Advisory

Shipping something fragile like hatching eggs always has an inherent risk of internal damage, but summer heat adds an extra layer of concern. Based on our experience, eggs shipped during July and August tend to have more frequent issues with viability. We want to be...

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Help! My quail aren’t laying eggs!

Help! My quail aren’t laying eggs!

Help! My quail aren’t laying eggs! Sometimes getting your hen to lay her first egg is the biggest challenge when raising quail. You buy the birds or eggs, and raise them to maturity. You carefully plan out and set up their aviary, cage, or coop, and wait for the eggs...

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Farming in Extreme Heat

Farming in Extreme Heat

Raising Quail in Extreme Heat We love Arizona...all winter long. Every year, come late spring, we find ourselves questioning what we got ourselves into. The animals love February and most of March. April is usually fine. Then comes May…and the panting begins. By June,...

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How to Raise Quail

How to Raise Quail

  Incubating Coturnix Eggs: Turn on your incubator (if you haven’t done so already) and allow the temperature and humidity to stabilize at 99.5 °F and 40-50% humidity. If you have trouble stabilizing the temperature or humidity, make adjustments slowly, and wait...

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