Country of Origin: USA
Primary Use: Meat Eggs Companionship
Bird Size: 10-15 oz
Egg Production: During spring and summer these quail will lay 6 eggs a week, if given supplemental light they will lay year round, potential for 300 eggs a year. If no supplemental light is given they will taper off egg production in the fall as the days grow shorter and will pick back up again in the spring.
Egg Size: very small
Egg Color: Solid blue and some with brown speckles (80% true in coloring)
Coloring: Birds are in all colorings and feather types
Hardiness: Very Heat and Cold Tolerant
Temperament: good if feel protected and safe.
Celadon Blue Quail are a type of domesticated Coturnix quail originally from Alchemist Farm and come in all feather types. These quail breed 80% true in their blue egg laying ability with the spotting of the typical Coturnix.