Jumbo Browns, Coturnix Quail Hatching Eggs
Jumbo Browns or some would call 'coturnix' quail are the definition of a dual purpose bird, laying approximately 300 eggs per year and can be butchered in 8-10 weeks of age at full maturity. When these birds reach full maturity they can weigh up to 14 ounces. Jumbos are a very solid and reliable food source for homesteaders and urban farmers. With how quickly they reach maturity at six weeks of age, laying eggs around 7-8 weeks old and reproduce insanely fast, they're small but might tool in your arsenal to becoming more self sufficient.
- Lay 300+ eggs per year
- Dual purpose bird
- Cold & heat hardy
- Superfood egg
- Quail do not carry salmonella, so eggs can be eaten raw
- Mature at six weeks and begin to lay around 7-8 weeks old
- Very quiet, perfect for anyone living in an HOA
We also offer chicks, juveniles and adults of this breed.