There are more than 100 different breeds of quail, but only a few are commercially used for egg or meat production. In this article, we will focus on the fattening quail breeds, those that have a greater weight and size so that they are raised commercially as meat quail and for slaughter and sale of the carcass.
Currently, the demand for quail meat is increasing both in the Philippines and other countries. This causes more poultry farmers to start raising this type of poultry. However, some breeds or varieties are best known for laying more eggs and others for producing more meat in less time.
Meat Quail Breeds
Quails are small birds that do not weigh more than 250 grams, however little do we know which lines are the largest, and therefore they can weigh more. In the United States, it h...