How to Build Quail Cages?

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To build quail cages you will need a lot of welded wire and plywood. The cost to build one comes out to about $1 a bird. I wonder, how many quail do you have and what do you do with them? I hope this helps! Here's a link with instructions and materials: www.quailcage.20m.com
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How to Make Quail Cages
If you have plans to breed and raise your own quail, you want to make sure you provide them with proper living quarters. Quail are rather small, fragile birds that have many predators -- such as cats, foxes, dogs, snakes and birds of prey. They are even... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Raising quail is becoming more and more popular and building your own quail cages is a very economical way to start, especially if you have the ability. Quail cages need to be made with a wire with very small openings to prevent not only the quail getting out but predators from getting in. For more information look here: www.cityfarmer.org; www.quailcage.20m.com
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