I NO LONGER KEEP ANY OF THESE QUAIL

Coturnix Quail

also known as Pharoah Quail and Japanese Quail

 

Group photo of several different colors

SNOWY, ITALIAN, ROSETTA, TIBETAN, LAVENDER, SILVER

 

These birds have been in the US since the 1960's and first made popular by Albert Marsh, Marsh Farms, in California. They are easy to keep and extremely tame birds. This type of quail makes both an excellent pet quality or as an edible table quail.

 

This is "the" quail to have if you want great egg production, fast growth, and a large size bird. The eggs hatch in 17 days, the young grow very fast and can be fully mature and laying eggs at 8 weeks of age.

 

THESE ARE AN EXCELLENT CHOICE FOR IN CLASS SCHOOL PROJECTS AND ARE READILY AVAILABLE ALL OVER THE US.

 

Since their introduction in the 1960's many new color varieties of these quail have surfaced and their popularity has increased as pet birds.

 

Here are additional photos of some groups of these unusal colors

Lavender

Silver

Orange Manchurian Golden

Silver X Orange combination

 

Pict #1

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Pict #3