Celadon Quail Hatching Eggs
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
We also offer chicks, juveniles and adults of this breed.