Yum! Quail on the grill, cucumbers and roasted squash from the garden.
The first batch of quail didn't hatch very well:(
But we had enough to learn a few things. They start out very small.
They can "fly" pretty young.
This is where we learned to "process" them for the grill.
Right now we have 65 Cortunix chicks in the new Brooder Box.
We have 140 Texas A and M eggs ready to go into the incubator.
Our first Cortunix should start to lay eggs soon, and we can hatch our own as soon as the males learn what they are supposed to do once they get ahold of the females.
All in all, a success.