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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.
Center: 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
Try our Incubator Hatcher We will build you a incubator just for quail eggs only
We use plywood and ash or oak framing with two coats of paint.
Door is made from ash, oak, or black walnut. Door has 2 windows to have complete view of inside.
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.
To order, call Billy Alexander (903-754-4366) or email us at email@example.com.