Backyard Quail-Are They Really Worth It? * The Homesteading Hippy
Backyard quail do have a lot of drawbacks, and for some, it's just not worth the benefits. Is the return on investment really worth the trouble? The Homesteading Hippy
Tips, Tricks & Recipes for Quail Eggs
If you are looking for great ways to use quail eggs, you have come to the right spot. There are so many great ways to use the cute little eggs in all sorts of appetizers and meals!
Quail Eggs – Did You Know? - HappyFoods Tube
Quail Eggs are similar to chicken eggs in flavor but are significantly smaller in size than chicken eggs (1 large chicken = 5 quail eggs). Health benefits
Raising Meat on a Small Homestead • The Prairie Homestead
Heather from The Homesteading Hippy shares her best advice for raising meat on a small homestead. She strives to raise at least 80% of their own food.
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Bobwhite Quail Informations and Facts
The Bobwhite Quail is a member of the group of species known as New World quail. These quail inhabit areas of early successional growth dominated by various species of pine, hardwood, woody, and herbaceous growth. However, quail habitat varies greatly throughout their range which extends from Mexico east to Florida and north into the Upper Midwest and Northeast.
National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative - NBCI
Male BobwhiteA male bobwhite. Photo: Ben RobinsonFemale BobwhiteA female bobwhite. Photo: Ben Robinson.Farm SettingSmall, un-manicured farms with fencerows, brushy hedgerows, fallow fields and open woodlots once created a patchwork quilt of bobwhite habitat. Photo: Ben RobinsonNesting HabitatNesting and brood-rearing habitat, consisting of native grasses and forbs (i.e., wildflowers & “weeds”), are key components of bobwhite […]
How to Raise Quail: An Alternative to Chickens | Backdoor Survival
Ten reasons why backyard quail are the perfect food animal for urban dwellers or other areas where chickens are not allowed.