Quails are very small-sized birds and they are very easy to raise. They need less care and management, and thus are very easy to care for them.
Quails generally don’t require high maintenance. They are smaller sized and do not need too much space for moving around. Although regular maintenance is the key to success in the quail farming business.
They are disease-resistant birds. They are winter hardy as well. They do not require heat lamps in their coops. Just expect to see a reduction in egg production due to a lack of natural sunlight.
Both quail eggs and meat are of very high quality, nutritious, and delicious.
With smaller birds comes a smaller footprint. Less space is required for their coop/hutch. Less food is required due to their size. They also enjoy weeds and grass from your yard and garden.