Sources of income and employment.
Just like any other industry, quail farming provides a good source of income. Likewise, it is also a source of employment for many people around the world.
Quail can be easily raised with other poultry, such as turkey, chicken, duck, etc. They are also adaptable to most climates and weather conditions, allowing them to be found in most parts of the world.
Growth and maturity are fast.
Compared with most poultry, quail grows and matures faster. From hatching between 6-7 weeks, the female is ready to lay eggs. And with good care and management, they have the potential to have at least one egg a day.
Minimal space requires accommodation.
Due to their small size, you will need minimal space to raise a good number of quails. One square meter size space will be enough to raise 8 to 10 birds. The same space can only accommodate two to three chickens.
These birds are hardy. Compared with other poultry such as chickens, they are less affected by diseases.
Feed is cheap.
Quail feed is cheaper than most poultry feed.
Delicious, rich and delicious eggs and meat
Quail eggs and quail meat are more delicious than most poultry eggs and meat, and have high nutritional value. Therefore, the market and most farm products are in great demand. Therefore, there is a great demand for these products in the market and at the gates of most farms.
Studies have pointed out that quail eggs contain a lot of vitamins, nutrients, and low calories. Quail eggs contain vitamin A (retina), vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, D, and E. It also contains Omega 3, potassium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, choline, tonics, magnesium, Important nutrients such as omega 6, fatty acids and selenium.
Low capital and labor investment requirements.
You need lower capital investment to start quail farming. Similarly, labor requirements are very low.
High feed conversion rate.
Compared with other poultry, quail has a higher feed conversion rate. Roughly speaking, 3 kg of feed can produce 1 kg of meat.
Quail products are affordable.
Due to the small size of quail, quail products, eggs and meat are slightly smaller, and the price is more affordable than most poultry such as turkey and chicken.