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A Closer Look at Quail Eye Problems and How to Handle Them

Howdy folks, Bob White here. Today, we're going to talk about something that's been on my mind lately - Quail Eye Problems.

Now, I've been raising Jumbo Wild Coturnix Quail for a good five years, and I've seen my fair share of issues. One of the most common ones I've encountered is when our feathered friends have their Quail Eyes Closed. This could be due to a variety of reasons, but it's often a sign of discomfort or illness.

One of the culprits could be Quail Eye Worms. These pesky parasites can cause a lot of discomfort for our quail, and if left untreated, can lead to serious complications. If your quail is a male, the eye may have been pecked out by other males or hens. Nasty, I know. 

Another common issue is Coryza In Quail, a respiratory disease that can cause symptoms like swollen eyes and nasal discharge. It's important to isolate affected birds quickly to prevent the disease from spreading.

Now, I know what you're thinking. "Bob, what about Quail Diseases To Humans?" Well, rest assured, most quail diseases don't pose a risk to humans. But it's always good to practice good hygiene when handling your birds, just to be safe.

If you liked this post, I’d love it if you would post a message or photo below, sharing your own experience with quail eye problems. It's always good to learn from each other's experiences!



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