Comments for Do you need a male quail?

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Maia, 5 August 2019

Coturnix female quails DO lay eggs without a male. And there is no difference in egg production from what I know.


Kerrie, 20 February 2019

Quail don’t crow like roosters do but what is the noise they make called? Thank You


Nayanjtoti, 14 December 2018

I have 20 female quail .. there is no male quail among of them .... They are now 30 days old .... Sirr ... Will day lay eggs without a male quail ...


Rick, 23 April 2017

My quail are about 4 months old and are not laying eggs. The lady that I bought them from had beebn raising quale for a while and she said that they were 3 females and one male. 1. Will the females lay eggs without a male present. 2. How do you tell the males from the females. I would like to have eggs and also raise some quail from the time they are hatched. Thanks


Donelle, 8 January 2017

In my experience, my male birds made lots of noise and were quite aggressive toward the females. I had to get rid of the boys in my flock to keep the peace with my girls. Now things are great with the girls and they are laying eggs with no problems.


Anon, 29 December 2013

(Japanese quails) I found that the male quails do crow, but only very occasionally, and mostly when they are separated from any females in the enclosure with him. Also, my female quails wouldn't lay until I gave them a male. Male Japanese quails also fight loads when put together.


Ann, 12 April 2013

I have found the male brown courtnix to be very aggressive and a times very loud in their thrills.


Sue, 1 April 2013

I have had my japanese quail since last autumn when can I expect eggs !!!! as I haven't had any at all.


Ida, 4 February 2013

Hi there, I was wondering if you should always have male quails. Considering procuring quails, for a hobby and semi-small scale egg producing. How many males per female would you recommend? Thanks for your advice!


Sonya, 6 September 2011

Excellent info and advice.

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