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Jumbo Coturnix Quail

The Largest Eggs – Average of 15.6. Grams
The Most Eggs – Producing over 300 eggs per year
The Earliest Egg Production – Laying begins at an average of 8 weeks and can start at 6 weeks and up to 12 weeks
The Largest Quail – Averaging 12-14 ounces at 10 weeks.
The Easiest to Sex – Feather Sex able at 3 weeks
The Fastest Growth – Mature at 8 weeks

Benefits of eating quail eggs: 

Quail eggs contain large amounts of Ovomucoid protein – a protein that acts as a natural anti-allergenic. It helps the body fight off congestion, inflammation, and other symptoms caused by an allergic reaction.

They are a healthy and delicious way to add more protein, vitamins, and minerals to your diet, so enjoy them in moderation. A single quail egg is only 14 calories yet provides a hefty vitamin B12, selenium, riboflavin, choline, and some iron."

    Quail eggs are a good protein source for building and repairing muscles and bones and making hormones and enzymes. They also contain significant vitamin B12, selenium, riboflavin, choline, and some iron. 

    Here are some other benefits of eating quail eggs: 

    Immunity: The Ovomucoid protein in quail eggs can help increase immunity 
    Energy: Selenium and riboflavin help the body break down food and transform it into energy 
    Anemia: Quail eggs may help relieve anemia by increasing hemoglobin levels in the body 
    Allergies: Quail eggs contain antioxidants that may help treat allergy symptoms 
    Vision: Quail eggs may help boost vision
    Metabolism: Quail eggs may help boost metabolism 
    Quail eggs are also rich in good cholesterol, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and vitamin A. 

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