The Survival Podcast Monthly Potluck - Coturnix Quail Husbandry

  • May 18, 2013 · 1:00 PM
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Let's get together, eat some food, meet one another and share some knowledge and skills!  Bring something you would like to share to eat.

Coturnix, also known as Japanese or Pharaoh Quail, are an incredibly fast growing bird that provides a reliable, high protein source of meat and eggs for you and your family.

Come to our Quail Husbandry Meetup and we will discuss

Reasons & Benefits for Breeding Quail

Breed Choices

Feed and Watering


Selective Breeding


Meat & Egg Production


Magnus will be processing a quail or two for demonstration, so that you can see how truly simple it is to do. (We will be holding a Quail Processing Class in the future, so keep your eyes out for it).

We are hoping to have some Quail appetizers for everyone to try as well.

A fee of $15 is associated with this Meetup to cover materials and handouts.  We are hosting this as a Potluck lunch so if you are interested in attending please bring something to eat or drink to share.

And as always, at Magnus and Danielle’s there will be a “Trading Blanket” set up, so that at the end of the presentation, if you are interested in bringing items to trade or barter that will be available.  All items are welcome, as long as you don’t need a federal license to buy or sell them.  We recommend items such as homemade items, seeds, emergency preparedness gear, etc.

We recommend listening to Jack Spirko’s “The Survival Podcast” episode 1071 “Raising Quail for Eggs and Meat with Moonvalley Prepper” before coming, but it’s not required.

Here is the link to the episode:

Hope to see you all soon!!!







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  • Christina F

    Magnus and Danielle had an organized presentation with informative handouts. They took us through the process of acquiring, raising, breeding, slaughtering, and processing quail. We learned about the costs involved and the equipment that is needed. We got info on where to get eggs or hatchlings to get started. They also shared some of the mistakes they have made - which sometimes is the most informative thing you can learn. Why reinvent the wheel?
    I know some of you avoid classes that have a fee but I feel this class was well worth the investment. They slaughtered and processed and BBQ'd two birds and let us sample (which they could have sold or eaten themselves). They have put together a great multi-page handout that they printed themselves and they also made pulled pork sandwiches for the potluck. They did not make much money on this event and shared a lot information which would have taken me hours (or days) to learn on my own. Kudos!

    May 19, 2013

  • Magnus

    Had a great time everyone! Small class but everyone taste some quail! Thanks to everyone that showed !

    May 18, 2013

  • Veronica

    Hello I am sorry I waited until this late in the game to reply. I was not sure my husband would be able to attend until now. If it is too late, next month is fine

    May 18, 2013

    • Danielle

      There is still room for the meetup. How many people?

      May 18, 2013

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