FEMALE JAPANESE QUAILS/POL in Warminster

£12

Here at quailmadness we hatch out our very own Corturnix/Japanese
quails from our very own female & male quails.

All of our quails are fed organic layers pellets & organic mixed corn & love fresh salad & vegetables which they have on a daily basis aswell as garden worms & ants which they love to dig for.
Our quails love to have sand baths so we provide them with boxes full of playsand & they love to lay in them & sun bathe.

They also have oyster shell grit scattered over the coop floor as this help the male & female quails to grind up & digest their food more easily & also helps the females lay nice normal eggs.
Females normally lay their very first eggs at 7-10weeks old,some may not lay till 12-15weeks old but this depends on the temperature outside & the females mood/housing but all of ours have laid at 7-9weeks old.

These quails are all 7weeks old so could lay their first egg from now(depending on temperature & wether & the females mood),They are also eating layers pellets & mixed corn.

They are all currently living at room temperature but they can either go outside now/in a couple of week or they can stay indoors till spring.

Hens are £12 each as point of lay now.
18 Hens available.

We also have 6 males available these are £3 each.

Or a deal of 3Hens & 1 male ( which is the recommended amount of hens per male) £30 per group.

Cash on collection or PayPal once here to collect.

Or we can deliver upto 30/45mins away from longleat area of Wiltshire for a small fee to cover fuel & my time,cash on delivery or PayPal before handing over.

We don't have any newly hatched chicks & we won't have any now till April/May 2022 as the breeding Season has now come to an end. We also don't have any older quails available.

We do sell hatching eggs for Delivery/Postage or Collection but currently out of stock as not getting many eggs per day now due to the colder weather.

Anymore information then please get in contact.

Thanks.

Ad ID:
37354969
Posted:
3 days ago
Rose gray
Warminster
Joined: Mar 2021

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