I did a major remodel on the quail coop. Its more functional, with a run that houses food and water, so that the coop stays cleaner and fresher smelling. And yes, it looks even more like a child’s doll house now.
We raise our coturnix quail in WY. The temperatures from mid summer to mid winter range from 90+ degrees to -25 Fahrenheit, and the wind during different parts of the year can be 50+ mph. This requires a flexible coop. One that is as good in summer as it is in winter. With the weather […]