The Celadon quail are a very unique variety of the Coturnix quail because they lay a beautiful blue egg and some with speckles. The blue egg is caused by a recessive gene called the celadon gene and our Celadon quail lay blue eggs, 100% of the time. Which is a big deal the celadon world. Celadon quail can come in a variety of feather patterns.
- Lay 300+ eggs per year
- Cold & heat hardy
- Superfood egg
- Mature at six weeks and begin to lay around 6-8 weeks old
- Perfect for any home in a HOA, they sound like a song bird
Live Bird Options:
Chicks (10 or 20 count, st run)
Juvenile Flock (10 or 20 count, st run) (approx 3 weeks old)
Adult Celadon - unsexed/st run (approx 6-8 weeks old)
Breeding Flock (6 Adults) - unsexed/st run (approx 6-8 weeks old)
***New flock owners, new to quail we would recommend the juvenile or adults. Chicks are very fragile and sensitive. Having raised quail will make the experience more pleasant and you get eggs sooner too! Questions please ask us.
We also offer hatching eggs for this breed.
I have been wanting chickens for a long time, my husband said no! After research and I found out how quiet the quail are that’s what I went with. The variety and color was great brown white white and brown, they’re beautiful. My dog loves them,When I tell her to go see the babies she runs to the coop and make sure they’re OK. Definitely a great experience!
These birds are settling in nicely and are just so cute! They shipped well and are healthy. My kids love the different feather patterns! Excellent customer service.