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How to Begin and Survive a Commercial Gamebird Farm - Download this great little primer on some of the most important issues for the serious prospective gamebird breeders! free!!!   By Dr. Leland Hayes, a leading authority on quail and upland gamebirds. Highly Recommended Feeding Game Birds
A bulletin that outlines proper feeding programs for game birds (quail, pheasant, chukar, etc.). Included are ingredient components used for making a wide range of game bird diets.
- Mississippi State Univ
Gamebirds
- Univ of Minnesota
Japanese Quail-Coturnix
- Texas A&M Univ (PDF)
Feeding Quail
All poultry and game bird feeds are referred to as complete feeds. They contain all the protein, energy, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients necessary for proper bird growth, egg production, and health.
- Mississippi State Univ
Brooding Chickens and Quail
A guide that focuses on proper brooding and management techniques used for chicks.
- Mississippi State Univ
The Nutrition and Management of Japanese (Coturnix) Quail
- That Quail Place
Practical Quail Feeding
- That Quail Place
Feeding Bobwhite Quail
- North Carolina State Univ
Raising Japanese (Coturnix) Quail
- NSW (Australia) Agriculture
Raising Coturnix Quail organically for eggs and meat
- Page Wise, Inc. 
Coturnix (Japanese) Quail Farming
- That Quail Place
Gamebird Breeders Guide
- State by State listing of gamebird breeders
Japanese Quail References & Nutrition Tables
- That Quail Place
Pheasant Raising
- NSW (Australia) Agriculture
Raising Chukar Partridges
- NSW (Australia) Agriculture
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Forest Management Strategies for Bobwhite Quail
Suggested strategies for improving quail habitat near heavily forested areas.
- Mississippi State Univ
Strip Disking and Other Valuable Bobwhite Quail Management Techniques
A suggested method for improving natural quail habitat for wild birds.
- Mississippi State Univ
Bobwhite Quail Brooder House Plans
A set of blueprint plans for building a power ventilated quail brooding house for 7,000 chicks through six-weeks of age. (This link is on MSU's old website.  A corresponding link could not be found on their new site)
- Mississippi State Univ
Bobwhite Quail Grower House Plans
A set of plans for building a quail grower house for 8,000 chicks between 7- and 14-weeks of age. This plan compliments the plan listed above. (This link is on MSU's old website.  A corresponding link could not be found on their new site)
- Mississippi State Univ
Bobwhite Quail Flight Pen Plans
A set of diagrams addresses the building of a flight pen facility for 1,000 to 1,200 Bobwhite quail during the flight conditioning phase of their growth. This plan compliments both plans listed above. (This link is on MSU's old website.  A corresponding link could not be found on their new site)
- Mississippi State Univ
Rocking T Ranch Gamebird Breeder Cages
- Here's how we constructed our Quail breeder cages
Detailed instructions and numerous photos describe the cages we built and use here.
Raising Chukar Partridges
- Univ of California, Davis (PDF)
Raising Gamebirds
- Univ of California, Davis (PDF)
Jorgen's Quail Cages
- Swedish Quail Breeder's quail cage construction details
What Feed Should I Offer BobWhite Quail?
- Mississippi State Univ
Medications in Gamebird Feed
- Mississippi State Univ
Feed Ingredients are Used in Quail Diets
- Mississippi State Univ
Floorspace Requirements for Bobwhite Quail
- Mississippi State Univ
Feather Quality of Bobwhite Quail
- Mississippi State Univ
Current Status of Florida's Gamebird Industry 
- Univ of Florida
Poopy-Butt Syndrome in chicks
 Often called "Pasted Vent"
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GAMEBIRD WEBSITES
Leland Hayes Gamebird Publications Website -
The definitive source of Gamebird Information, unlocking the secrets of gamebird culture.  Great info on all forms of gamebirds. Sign up for a FREE online Gamebird magazine, download a pamphlet on starting a gamebird business, much more!  Dr. Hayes will also answer your gamebird questions. Daily gamebird tips.  Classifieds coming soon.
GQF Manufacturing Online
- Savannah GA - Poultry & Game Breeders Catalogue
Manufacturer of the propular styrofoam "Hovabator" incubator, Sportsman cabinet incubators and much more supplies for poultry and gamebird faciers.
That Quail Place Homepage
- Website dedicated to gamebirds with lots of info
Manzano Valley Wildfowl Trust
Lots of poultry information links!
- Los Lunas, New Mexico
(site under reconstruction)
Arcardia Aviaries
- Garry Landry's Button Quail and Zebra Finch Website

B&D Game Farm Barnard Gamebirds 
(Bobwhite and Button quail, Ringneck Pheasants)
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Cedar Valley Lofts Poultry Site
- Poultry and Gamebird Information Site
Lake Cumberland Gamebirds
David Wilson
Monticello, KY
(606) 348-6370 or (606) 348-0420
e-mail: sales@lakecumberlandgamebirds.com
(ringneck pheasants, chukar partridge, bobwhite quail - chicks, adults and eggs)
Mac Farlane Pheasant Farm, Inc. M&M Quail Farm
- quail hatchery
Northwest Gamebirds
- coturnix quail hatchery
Phasianidae Gamebird Farm 
815 Kintner Road
Kintnersville, PA 18930
Ph: (610)847-1179 Fax (610)847-1179
email: info@gamebirdsfarm.com
(Various quail and ornamental pheasant breeds - eggs, chicks and adults)

Rocky Mountain Gamebirds
Valley View Pheasants and Gamebirds
pheasants, quail, chukkar, supplies.
Cactus Ranch Gamebirds
- Gilmer, Texas
Wadley Quail Farm Raising Quail in the City
- Chris Zegstroo
Seven Oaks Game Farm & Supply
- Wilmington, North Carolina
North American Gamebird Association, NAGA
for gamebird breeders and hunting preserves
Uncle Tom's Gamebirds
- Gardiner, Oregon
Schrocks Poultry & Gamebirds & Supply
Random Rock Ranch Gamebirds
- Central Wisconsin
B&L Game Farm

National Wildlife Health Center
The National Wildlife Health Center is one of eighteen science and technology centers in the Biological Resources Division (BRD) of the U.S. Geological Survey, a bureau of the Department of the Interior. The NWHC was established in 1975 as a biomedical laboratory dedicated to assessing the impact of disease on wildlife and to identifying the role of various pathogens in contributing to wildlife losses. 
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GAMEBIRD BOOKS
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