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Quail eggs are high in protein, low in saturated fat and rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals. However, per serving, they're higher in cholesterol than chicken eggs. Approximately three quail eggs equals one large chicken egg. With adjustments for size, you can use quail eggs in any recipe calling for chicken eggs, though Epicurus cautions that some people might find their flavor stronger than chicken eggs. Quail eggs provide significant all around health benefits by supplementing your calcium. They are also chock full of HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol) instead of LDL (the bad kind.). If you have a history of heart disease, stroke or high blood cholesterol, talk to your doctor before including quail eggs regularly in your diet. Low in Fat but High in Cholesterol A serving of three quail eggs contains 43 calories, 3 grams of fat and under 1 gram of saturated fat. That's significantly less than the 72 calories, 5 grams of fat and nearly 2 grams of saturated f
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Partridge Breeding Stock Housing - 3 Section / 4 Tier

Example of Partridge Breeding Stock Room Partridge Breeding Stock housing rootstock are designed to easily feed and supply water to partridges and also obtain high quality fertilised egg. Partridges are placed to have 1 male and 2/3 females in each section separated from the other Partridges. Thanks to the slope of the housing floor the Partridge eggs are rolled forward and the eggs are collected at the front of the cage teeth. Professional game bird breeders , according to  Gamebirds Codes of Practice   Chapter 6 in the draft Code, on the housing of breeding pheasants and partridges , for those farmers and breeders who do not want to  risk their  business  we just the perfect housing for partridges. - Partridge breeding stock housing capacity to hold 36-48 Partridge, - Partitions between male Partridges are closed to prevent them fighting. - Each tier has 3 divisions, each division is ideally designed for 1 male 2/3 females. - Highly partridge droppings resi


JAPANESE QUAIL The  Japanese quail , also known as  Coturnix quail  ( Coturnix japonica ) is a species of Old World quail found in East Asia. First considered a subspecies of the Common quail, it was distinguished as its own species in 1983. The Japanese quail has played an active role in the lives of humanity since the 12th century, and continues to play major roles in industry and scientific research. Where it is found, the species is abundant across most of its range. Currently there are a few true breeding mutations of the Japanese quail, the breeds from the United States are: Texas A&M, English White, Golden Range, Red Range, Italian, Manchurian, Tibetan, Rosetta, Scarlett, Roux Dilute and Golden Tuxedo. Distribution and Habitat Populations of the Japanese quail are known to mainly inhabit East Asia and Russia. This includes India, Korea, Japan, and China. Though several resident populations of this quail have been shown to winter in Japan, most migrate south to areas s