The Pharaoh Coturnix quail are very popular in Europe and Asia and are very hardy and do very well released in America. Currently, we are one of only a couple breeders in the country breeding this variety of quail who have achieved true-blue laying Celadons.

We have finally gotten to where our Celadons breed ‘True’. They are amazingly cold hardy and lay more than our chickens!

Pharaoh Coturnix Quail orders have to be on its separate order form from other poultry. They require very little room and make very little noise if any. During the laying season they lay 1 egg nearly every day, and will lay 300+ eggs per year if given supplemental lighting in the winter. The early Egyptians and Chinese used the quail eggs to treat many health problems. The Pharaoh Coturnix quail are very popular in Europe and Asia and are very hardy and do very well released in America. This has been a long-time project of ours, selectively breeding for blue egg layers. Larry December 2015 They are tiny little packages that pack a nutritional punch! The Pharaoh Coturnix quail are mature after 6 weeks of age and are full grown at 10 weeks of age. These are great birds, especially for folks with limited space. raised by monkau COTURNIX COLOUR VARIETIES: White: English white. This means that 100% of these quail will lay blue eggs. Pharaoh Coturnix Quail orders have to be on its separate order form from other poultry. All Game Bird orders need to be on a separate online order so your order is processed properly. #43-105. They are shipped separately and please do not add anything else to the shopping cart with them.

The Coturnix quail eggs have also proven to be very beneficial in fighting more than 300 diseases. Calico (any colour variety) Special: Red-Eye (light) / leucistic. COTURNIX QUAIL. Who doesn’t need a few quail in their life?! Quail eggs also help to boost metabolism, reduce blood pressure, and soothe allergies, among others!

A protein component in the eggs is extracted to make vaccines. The chicks are the size of bumblebees, very active and hardy. The best healthy use is to eat them raw. Poultry They are shipped separately and please do not add anything else to the shopping cart with them. We breed for seven different feather colors… Scarlett, Rosetta, Tibetan, Scarlett Tuxedo, Rosetta Tuxedo, Tibetan Tuxedo, and English White.

To add the quail eggs to your own healthy diet, you can prepare the eggs in ways that you prefer. The Celadon Quail are a special variety of Coturnix Quail who carry a rare, recessive gene (the celadon gene) which causes their eggs to be a gorgeous blue color (often with brown speckles!). Coturnix are a lot easier to raise than Bobwhites, which in my opinion are very difficult to raise. We have over 33 color varieties in our Coturnix, including well-known meat birds such as the Texas A&M and Jumbo Recessive White. Since 1967 they’ve been used to treat asthma, impotence and numerous allergies. The Pharaoh Coturnix quail are mature after 6 weeks of age and are full grown at 10 weeks of age. Pharaoh Coturnix Quail – Sold as Baby Chicks Only.

Comparing quail eggs to chicken egg, one quail egg contains six times more vitamin B1, and 15 times more vitamin B2. All Game Bird orders need to be on a separate online order so you order is processed properly. We ship these chicks June – August of each year. Coturnix is also known as Japanese quail or Jumbo Brown quail. They are a great low-calorie, protein-rich food. The raw eggs contribute to stomach health. Quail good meat and eggs They do not roost, but rather, like to have a small shelter on the ground to sleep and lay their eggs in. Coturnix is also known as Japanese quail or Jumbo Brown quail. Quail eggs do not contain salmonella, as chicken eggs sometimes might, because of the increased amount of lysozyme which kills bacteria. Perhaps that’s because Coturnix have been domesticated for a long time. Their eggs are tiny and PACKED with nutrients.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Poultry friendly active flying. Improvement I’ve raised most kinds of poultry at one time or other, and despite their small size and need for appropriate-sized feeders, waterers, etc. The quail eggs also contain iron, folate, pantotheric acid, phosphorus, riboflavin and selenium. They can product up to 300 eggs a year, rarely go broody, are full grown in 9 weeks and the ideal butcher time is at 11 weeks of age.

Dressed weight at maturity is 4 -4.4 ounces. Japanese Quails. The health benefits of quail eggs include their ability to improve vision and immunity, boost energy levels, reduce inflammation, and stimulate growth and repair in the body. The Celadon Quail are a special variety of Coturnix Quail who carry a rare, recessive gene (the celadon gene) which causes their eggs to be a gorgeous blue color (often with brown speckles!). They are creamy and delicious, and cannot carry salmonella, so can safely be eaten raw. Specialty Chicks and Hatching Eggs for the Modern Homestead. western Australia.

I absolutely love the varieties of quail feathers, so I’m selectively breeding our quail for certain colors and patterns.

Males have a reddish tint on the breast, while the hens have a grey-mottled breast. You can add one or two raw eggs to a protein shake, a smoothie or juice.

The males start to crow at about 5-6 wks of age and hens start laying at 7 wks. Males have a reddish tint on the breast, while the hens have a grey-mottled breast. Plan #43-105. White: Pied / Marked / Panda (any colour variety) Tuxedo (any colour variety) Wildtype: Pharaoh. National This is a BIG DEAL in the Celadon world!

Pharaoh Coturnix like to take dust baths in hot weather. They are very easy to keep but need to be kept in cages above the ground. We breed for seven different feather colors… Scarlett, Rosetta, Tibetan, Scarlett Tuxedo, Rosetta Tuxedo, Tibetan Tuxedo, and English White. – December 28, 2015, National

Improvement We ship these chicks June – August of each year. The males’ crow is a soft trill, like a song-bird, and so, many urban families who cannot have roosters, opt for a few backyard quail. Quail need a slightly different setup than chickens;  they do really well in little “quail-tractors” or a rabbit-hutch style house. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. We think you will love their sweet, quirky little personalities as much as we have. Participant For more info, check out our blog post all about getting started with quail, here. The eggs are high in protein, contain good cholesterol, and have a high concentration of minerals and vitamins. and an incubator, I think they are one of the easiest birds to raise. Plan Participant Be sure to wash them first in boiling water.