The Quails – aka Holly TV

The quail finally arrived a last week, but I’ve been so busy getting ready for Fibre East that I’ve not really had time to blog about them.

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Here they are in their new run. There are 16 of them, all of which should be females, but we suspect that there are a couple of males in amongst them. They had just started to lay eggs a couple of days before I picked them up and they have continued to lay between 10 to 12 eggs a day since.

Holly thinks they need her special attention

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Here she is watching the quail. It’s become her “TV”. She rushes out at every opportunity to check on them. Not quite sure what she thinks they are going to do, or where they are going to go. But it keeps her amused!!!!

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