Coturnix Quail or otherwise known as common quail or Pharaoh quail are a member of the old world quail and are a ground nesting bird in the pheasant family. They are thought to be the type of quail that God sent to the Israelite in the wilderness when they ask for meat Common quail are raised as egg producers and are sometimes raised for meat and there diet consist mainly of seeds and insects. Common quail will lay eggs approximately 6-8 weeks after hatching and will lay 3 to 6 eggs a week. There eggs are considered to be a delicately in many countries and have health benefits over chicken eggs, and some people who are allergic to chicken eggs can still eat quail eggs.
- Eggs/Dozen $3.00