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Desert-dwelling quail (Gambel's Quail, photo by Rolf Nussbaumer)

Do Quail like their veggies?  They do so why not plant them their own garden to eat from.

Do you raise quail? You can plant them their own edible garden to supplement feed expenses. Do this by raising quail on the ground.

Gambels Quail....I fell in love with these birds when I first saw them when I moved to Arizona!

Калифорнийский хохлатый перепел/A male Gambel's quail (Callipepla gambelii) walks across a desert landscape in the morning sun at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico.

Planting Edible Quail Foliage for food treats

Planting edible foliage for quail in captivity like broccoli is a great food supplement , bobwhite quail love it in addition to other treats.

Thinking about Raising Quail?  Build your own DIY Quail coop, this one is perfect for the backyard or small homestead.

Thinking about Raising Quail? Build your own DIY Quail coop, this one is perfect for the backyard or small homestead.

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No Waste Quail Feeder

We raise Jumbo Coturnix Quail as pets and to provide our family of four with fresh eggs. We live in a residential area and our city does not allow chickens.

Homeowner Association regulations, city ordinances, or quite simply a lack of space confounds many who would like to gather fresh eggs daily. Quail just might be the solution! They're easy and can be raised in small spaces.

Quail eggs may be small, but so are the quail. Small enough that they can be a great alternative to egg laying hens in the suburbs.

If you live in a location where ordinances prohibit keeping chickens and ducks, then quail may be right for you. Why you should consider quail farming.

Quail Farming on a Small Homestead

If you live in a location where ordinances prohibit keeping chickens then quail farming may be right for you. Why you should consider backyard quail.

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CALIFORNIA QUAIL or VALLEY QUAIL Callipepla californica ©Quality Quail The California quail lives in grasslands, foothills, woodlands, canyons and at the edge of deserts. The California quail eats seeds, plant parts.

Raising Quail for Eggs & Meat - Everything you need to know. A perfect livestock for small, urban and backyard homesteading.

The Nitty Gritty Basics on Raising Quail - Imperfectly Happy Homesteading

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