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Jumbo Brown Coturnix Quail - $5 (Mansfield)

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High Quality Jumbo Coturnix Quail
(ALL HENS ARE SOLD OUT - MATURE ROOSTERS 5.00 EACH)
We plan to have a new hatch in mid July

Please read the entire post before reaching out with questions. I receive a lot of questions and don't always have time to respond. Therefor, I try to make everything as clear as possible in this post but if there is something you don't understand, feel free to reach out to me between the hours of 5:30am and 8:00pm.

We are by appointment only but are typically available for pick up at the following times:
Monday and Tuesday 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday and Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Ok, let get started!!!

Coturnix Quail are awesome birds. They come in many varieties but we only raise the largest and most productive breed (Jumbo Brown). These are great for egg production, meat production, or just a fun alternative to backyard chickens. Some people have used them to train hunting dogs but please note they are not great flyers like a "Bob White or Chucker" and your dog will catch them! If you plan to raise them you will need to incubate the eggs. Coturnix quail will not sit on their eggs. I recommend a cabinet style incubator. We use a GQF1502 sportsman and it works great!

Our stock started from Myshire Farm and here is what they say:

JUMBO WILDS are hardy and BIG!
"Jumbo Wilds win the “most popular” award. They are the largest quail, with an average weight of 14.3 oz at 10 weeks, which makes them an outstanding choice if you are a homesteader looking to raise meat for your family. Jumbo Wild coturnix quail also have the advantage of being feather-sexable at about 4 weeks old."

These are very prolific birds and can start laying eggs as early as 6 - 10 weeks of age.

MOST RESENT STATS:

Avg bird weight: 14.3 oz at 10 weeks
Avg egg weight: 14.5 grams
Avg egg production: 290 eggs per year (with supplemental light)
Avg production life span: 1 year, 11 months
Hatches true 99.5% of the time. (You may get a Jumbo Egyptian or a Jumbo White Wing in your hatch.)

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING
IF I DON'T RESPOND TO YOUR QUESTION IT'S BECAUSE THE ANSWER IS IN THIS POST.

We currently only have one age of bird and they were all hatched 4/20/24. Again, my apologies but I will not respond if you ask me how old they are or how much they cost.

(For the beginners, the term "STRAIGHT RUN" means they are not old enough to accurately determine if they are male or female)

Hatch Date 4/20/24
Price as follows:
Day old to 1 week - 3.00 straight run (unavailable)
2 week old - 4.00 straight run (unavailable)
3 week old - 5.00 straight run (unavailable)
4 -5 weeks - Roosters 5.00 each / Hens 8.00 each (unavailable 5/18 - 6/2 )
6 to 10 week old Roosters 5.00 each / Mature hens 10.00 each (Hens are SOLD OUT) (Roosters Available 6/2 - )

We plan to have a new hatch in mid July

Eating or Hatching eggs 6.00 per dozen. (Hatch rates average 70%)

Frozen Butchered Quail ready to grill 5.00 each. Must order 48 hrs in advance.
(These birds are skinned not plucked)

For the herpetologists
Young Frozen Feeders 1.00 each.
Sometimes young chicks just die and we freeze them for our reptile lovers. These are usually 1 to 10 days old

Call or text Charlie
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