Bobwhite Quail Eggs

(4 customer reviews)

As low as: $1.15

Bobwhite Quail  Eggs – sold in quantities of 100

Seasonal/Shipped April thru September



Breed Facts

  • Weights – Hen ——-5-6 oz        Cock—-6-7 oz
  • Purpose: Hunting, Release on Game Farms, Feathers, Meat
  • Egg Color: Small white eggs
  • Egg Production:  Fair 40-50 eggs per year starting in April
  • Age Production Begins: 21 to 25 weeks
  • Roost Height: 0 to 2 feet
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • APA: No
  • TLC: No
  • Breeder Farm Source: “Cackle Hatchery® Poultry Breed Farm” developing our bloodline or strain of pure Bobwhite Quail since 1977.



Bobwhite Quail egg orders need to be on a separate online order so your order can be processed properly. They cannot be shipped with any other fowl.

Missouri residents are required to have a permit to order.  Please call with your permit number after placing your order.

FREE SHIPPING!!! All Bobwhite Quail Egg orders ship on Mondays.

No Pick Up Orders

The Bobwhite Quail is a small, quick, alert game bird with elegantly striped and speckled plumage. Distinguishable from the white spot around the beak and the white stripe over the eye, the Bobwhite Quail is native to North America and its plumage is colored to allow it to fit in with dry, grassy plains or snowy hills. Introduce Bobwhite Quail to your farm for effective, natural insect control or order Bobwhite Quail for breeding, egg production or hunting. Please order Bobwhite Quail eggs separately from any other birds to ensure proper processing. Age when production begins is 21-25 weeks.

“NO Guarantees on hatchability NO refunds order at own risk”

NO Guarantees on hatchability – NO refunds – Order at your own risk
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No shipments to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands


4 reviews for Bobwhite Quail Eggs

  1. Jeff Channell (verified owner)

    Typically a 50% hatch rate on shipped eggs is good. I had a 90% hatch rate. Very pleased

  2. Quail Lover

    They are great companions

    I learned that if you feed the quail, they live longer.

  3. Jimmy Texas December 2015


    A few years ago I ordered some Old English Game from Cackle Hatchery. In the order (unbeknown to me) were two Bobwhite Quail. One was doa on arrival, the other was a male that was raised with the chickens. He was a blessing to say the least! While I had them caged together he had to constantly be on the run, but as soon as I could I let them all run free. He still hung out with the chickens but kept his distance. He even roosted in the trees with them. This seems crazy but when I would walk out of my house and he would see me ( sometimes 20 yards away) he would fly up to me. I would always have some grain to give him. It was so neat to see a bird that is shy in the wild to be so social. Unfortunately one day he spooked in the yard and sustained a wound when he flew into a fence. He died the next morning in my hands. I don’t know how that little guy made his way in the box of chickens but I’m so glad he did. I hope to get back on a farm some day soon and make an order from Cackle. That order will definitely include some Bobwhite Quail. I use to hunt quail. I couldn’t do that now, not after this experience and with everything else that they have to go through to survive.

  4. Mike D.

    Good delivery

    I had really good luck with the shipment. A few did not make it but there were extras you sent. Thank you

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