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Quail Eggs


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Hatching Quail Eggs




Bobwhite Quail Hatching Eggs 

                            We Now Have Northern Bobwhite Quail Eggs
                            Jumbo Brown Coturnix Hatching Eggs                          

Fertile Bobwhite Quail Eggs

         Call Mark Baugus for quail eggs and gamebirds      (580-743-5569)

Call Jefferson Cannedy for incubators and incubator spare parts
cabinet incubator

this incubator with 4 turning trays
Quail Eggs Storage

           STORING QUAIL EGGS                   incubator built to last                         bobwhite quail eggs                                                                                     1984 quail eggs                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Left: There are many different ways to store quail  eggs. Temperature  should be keep at 55 to 65 degrees with humidity at  60 to 70%.
 We have found that the simplest easiest  way  is to put  ice in a cooler, with the eggs placed on a shelf above the ice. This ice chest will hold 1000  with the correct temerature and humidity.  We believe it is best to use quail eggs  with in  7 days or sooner after  laying. After this the hatching percent  starts to drop.

Hatcher and incubator   Incubator can be easily modified. By taking out bottom rack  and adding 
2 drawers can hatch 496 quail eggs per week.

With our incubators you have a choice of wafer, electronic, or mercury thermostat
We use plywood and ash or oak framing with two coats of paint. 
Door is made from ash, oak.  Door has 2 windows to have complete view of inside.

Try our  Incubator    Hatcher    We will build you a incubator just for quail eggs only  
We custom build incubators and hatchers to hold any amount  you need for all game bird eggs.

Right:  As you can see for yourself, we take great pride in the quality of our product.

Over 70% of our eggs hatch, with some averages as high as 93%. Successful hatches depend on the season, but we have consistently maintained this average.