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The Heat is On: Understanding Quail Temperature Tolerance

Hello there, fellow quail enthusiasts! It's your friendly neighborhood quail farmer, Bob White, here to talk about a hot topic - literally! Today, we're discussing "How Hot is Too Hot for Quail?" 

Quail are hardy birds, but like any creature, they have their limits. Understanding the Quail Temperature Requirements is crucial to maintaining a healthy flock.

One question I often get is about the Coturnix Quail Heat Tolerance. These birds can handle a fair bit of heat, but when the mercury rises above 95°F (35°C), they can start to feel the strain.

So, How To Keep Quail Cool In Summer? Well, there are several strategies you can employ. Providing shade, fresh water, and even misting systems can help keep your birds cool and comfortable.

Your Quail Coop design can also play a significant role in managing heat. A well-ventilated coop, like the Slightly Rednecked Quail Hutch, can help circulate air and reduce heat buildup.

Remember, each quail breed has its own Quail Temperature Tolerance. Always research and understand your breed's specific needs. A handy Quail Temperature Chart can be a great reference tool.

If you liked this post, I'd love it if you would share your own experiences with managing heat for your quail flock. Post a message or photo below, and let's learn from each other! 



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