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Quail cages

We are now stocking the original Comfortplast quail cages from Turkey! These snap together, colourful cages are fully self contained and are a great way to efficiently house your quail for meat or egg production.

 

Perfect for use in classrooms, universities or home set ups.

High-Quality, Durable Quail CagesinAustralia forStarters and Professionals

When it comes to birds that are relatively easy to raise and care for, quail make the top of the list. But even though they are not very picky, you should not slack off on giving them a comfortable and sturdy home.

With the overwhelming brand options of quail cages in Australia, it can be tough to narrow down the best and most efficient housing for quail breeding.

What Do We Recommend?

We've got some of the best quail cage brands to house your birds right here, such as Comfortplast. These Turkey-made colourful cages are fully self-contained and are perfect for both industrial/commercial users and entry-level use, such as in classrooms, universities or home set-ups.

What Quail Cages for Egg Production Need

Regardless of whether you are breeding quail for their meat or eggs, there are a couple of things that their housing needs:

Feeders, which can either be hung outside of the cage or be stand-alone;
Waterers, which can also either be stand-alone or come in the form of nipple waterers;
Egg roll-out trays, which not only make harvesting eggs easier but also protect the egg from being stepped on or cracked by quail.

Our cages have you covered for all three of these bases, equipped with everything you need to house your quail flock in the most efficient way. For example, with Comfortplast, you can reduce feed loss with their cages' shock-proof feed grill covers, prevent quail illnesses with their filtered, seamless watering system, and save eggs from being stepped on using the egg roll-out trays.

Providing You with the Best Quail Cages in Australia

With over 15 years in this industry, Brookfield Poultry Equipment has grown to become one of Australia's leading suppliers of quality equipment for poultry keepers & breeders, such as quail cages, incubators, brooders and more.

You can count on us for advice or any questions you may have when it comes to poultry equipment. Feel free to contact us today!

We are now stocking the original Comfortplast quail cages from Turkey! These snap together, colourful cages are fully self contained and are a great way to efficiently house your quail for meat or egg production.

 

Perfect for use in classrooms, universities or home set ups.

High-Quality, Durable Quail CagesinAustralia forStarters and Professionals

When it comes to birds that are relatively easy to raise and care for, quail make the top of the list. But even though they are not very picky, you should not slack off on giving them a comfortable and sturdy home.

With the overwhelming brand options of quail cages in Australia, it can be tough to narrow down the best and most efficient housing for quail breeding.

What Do We Recommend?

We've got some of the best quail cage brands to house your birds right here, such as Comfortplast. These Turkey-made colourful cages are fully self-contained and are perfect for both industrial/commercial users and entry-level use, such as in classrooms, universities or home set-ups.

What Quail Cages for Egg Production Need

Regardless of whether you are breeding quail for their meat or eggs, there are a couple of things that their housing needs:

Feeders, which can either be hung outside of the cage or be stand-alone;
Waterers, which can also either be stand-alone or come in the form of nipple waterers;
Egg roll-out trays, which not only make harvesting eggs easier but also protect the egg from being stepped on or cracked by quail.

Our cages have you covered for all three of these bases, equipped with everything you need to house your quail flock in the most efficient way. For example, with Comfortplast, you can reduce feed loss with their cages' shock-proof feed grill covers, prevent quail illnesses with their filtered, seamless watering system, and save eggs from being stepped on using the egg roll-out trays.

Providing You with the Best Quail Cages in Australia

With over 15 years in this industry, Brookfield Poultry Equipment has grown to become one of Australia's leading suppliers of quality equipment for poultry keepers & breeders, such as quail cages, incubators, brooders and more.

You can count on us for advice or any questions you may have when it comes to poultry equipment. Feel free to contact us today!

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FAQ

How Long Do Eggs Stay In An Incubator?
Fertile eggs should be incubated within a week after they are laid. Incubation time is 21 days on an average. Quail eggs, in particular, take around 18 to 20 days before they hatch, with lockdown sometime around day 15 or 16.
How Many Times Do You Turn An Egg In An Incubator?
Eggs should be turned at least thrice a day at regular intervals, although more often is ideal, especially for certain species such as parrots and birds of prey. Remember to stop turning the eggs three days before they are due to hatch, a point called lockdown.
What Is The Temperature Of An Incubator?
Different types of eggs have different temperature and humidity needs, and thus take different lengths of time to hatch. On average, the temperature needs to be around 37.5ºC in a forced-air incubator, while 38 - 39ºC if in a still-air incubator.
What Happens If The Humidity Is Too High In An Incubator?
Humidity levels need to be consistently at 50-60% until lockdown, at which time it should be raised to 65-70%. If humidity is too high, the chicks will not dry out properly after hatching and may drown. High humidity also makes the air space smaller and the chick larger, affecting its respiration.
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