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Awesome Quail Farming | Raising quail chicks & Modern DIY Quail incubator

Awesome Quail Farming | Raising quail chicks & Modern DIY Quail incubator

Hi guys, it’s another beautiful day once again, and you are here back at Dexter’s world channel today Allow me to make an update about our quail Farming in the previous videos We have mentioned about the importance of producing your layer in a ladderized system Meaning that you will not produce your layers At one time because you will certainly run short of Capital if you don’t have much capital and you will also have the problem When the time will come that you have to cull them all there will be a time that your production of eggs will become dormant and that was our topic in the previous video and today our topic is how to Ensure that your chicks will not die when the moment you are going to transfer this chicks to the brooding cage one of the common mistakes that quail farmers will commit is this Stage the transfer of your chicks from the incubator to the brooding cage It is very important that if you are going to transfer the new hatch of birds You will maintain the temperature that is inside the incubator and maybe you ask what’s the temperature? For us to be able to hatch the eggs inside the incubator we must be able to provide a temperature Amounting to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and this temperature should also be provided In the brooding cage and maybe we’ll ask Dexter how to provide a 100 degrees Fahrenheit Temperature in your brooding cage well for this box that is measured by 7 feet in Length and two and a half feet in width and we have this one and a half feet in height I have provided three bulbs that has 100 watts each Meaning all in all I have provided them with the 300 watts of this Incandescent bulb and you will see that this incandescent bulbs are now providing heat for this Beautiful and tiny but delicate chicks and this is very important if we fall short. Oh this Temperature maybe you will just provide the 80 degrees Fahrenheit and you are short of the 20 degrees that will cost stamped it meaning that this Quails will pile up and they will trample upon each other and it will certainly cause their death and you will provide this temperature for a period of five days after five days you can reduce the heat of your brooding cage by means of removing one of the bulbs I mentioned three bulbs So you will remove the one bulb and you will replace the bulb with a LED bulb or LED light which can produce lesser heat and that temperature Would drop around 80 or 70 degrees Fahrenheit and after five days of Enjoying that temperature and then you will change the other two bulbs with the LED Light or the LED bulbs and it will produce a lesser temperature now after 15 days You can remove all the lights and you will now transfer your chicks to a layer cage Well for the newly hatched chicks We will use this baby stag Booster and any brand can do I’m not promoting any brand but I’m using the Thunderbird and this brand is good for a day all chicks up to five days old and After five days of feeding baby booster we will add 50% of the chick starter until the quail will Start laying eggs so you will gradually mix this booster with chick starter and my formula is if 100% of your layer Quails have already started laying eggs Then that’s the time that you will no longer makes the starter feeds and that’s what I did It’s very effective since you are providing heat to your chicks they will really need a lot of clean water and that’s very important because if you will just miss an hour or two hours without water Then you will realize that you can commit the biggest mistake all of them Might die if they cannot drink water in just a very short period of time maybe in one or two hours Without water. It will really make a difference That’s why we have to make it sure that water will be available 24/7 meaning that the water is really available Every time this chicks will feel thirsty I Have invented a new design of layer cage that makes us easy to collect all the dangs and to collect the eggs So this is the cage that have been telling you about then this case is just measured around 4 feet by 3 and you will see that the height of this is just around 1 ft this can accommodate 180 layers of quails and maybe you will ask Dexter. What’s the purpose of this plywood? Well this plywood will serve as the protection of our quails at the second layer and All the dungs of the quails that are in this first layer will be gathered around here of course we have to paint this with enamel paint to protect this plywood from getting easily rotten or destroyed and You will use the scraper if there are let’s assume that there are so many dungs here We’ll just scrape the run and we will put a sack over here and gather all of the dungs Inside the sack. It’s more easier and it’s more convenient for us to maintain the cleanliness of your cage and You will see that this portion will be the place for our water So all the quails will drink the water here and then they will eat their feeds Here so the water will be placed here and the feeds will be placed right here So we will put some screen over here and we will make a Space where they can eat there feeds or their food and they will run over there to drink their water So you look at the system. This is very easy yet very effective in My previous videos have said that it’s good to maintain Just a one-layer cage the reason is for us to easily gather the The dungs and for us to easily monitor the quails inside the cage but this system that I have adapted and it proves to be very Useful and effective will now solve the problem if you are Having a small area at your backyard. So imagine if the Quails lay their eggs Then this eggs because this is inclined the eggs will just roll down and Stop to this point and you will easily collect and gather all The eggs and the water and even the space provided for the feeds will not become dirty Because this cover will protect The quails that are in the second layer and so on and so forth so maybe you can use your ladder and you will make a five layer or six layer quail cage to accommodate More than 1,000 quails. So this is the tip that we can share with you This is very effective and i hope it will help. I hope this will help and many have said in the comment section Dexter Can you please do more videos and updates about quail farming where can I buy the chicks will I cannot provide? The chicks right now, especially in the areas that is really very far from our place But you tried to research about quail farms and if you have source of quail Then you can adopt this method So Guys that’s the thing that we can share I hope this will help I hope that you will continue to like and share our videos. We are close to 400,000 subscribers maybe tomorrow we can hit the target of 400,000 subscribers you are part of this channel and we are spreading the knowledge to others who may wanted and also to engage in this kind of farming and if you have questions, please do comment and Make some queries put all your queries and I will really find time to answer that Questions. Thanks for watching only here at Dexter’s world No way throw

95 thoughts on “Awesome Quail Farming | Raising quail chicks & Modern DIY Quail incubator

  1. I started watching your videos since it was 50k subscribers…
    Now you have 400k subscribers…
    More power to you and your channel to reach 500k this year!

  2. Perhaps the wire mesh covering the feeding trough should be changed to one with smaller holes, to keep the chicks out.

  3. Hello idol dex. So much beauty in ur for keeps.
    Small youtuber here. Tour kayo sa channel ko. And i will do the same.

  4. why not use plain sheet or polycarbonate for the dung collector , its more stronger and will last longer than plywood?

  5. In stead of stones in your water try glass marbles. they are reusable and easy to clean. second it is better if you round the corners of the rooms you use as a brooders, it cuts the numbers of squashed chick deaths with completely round being the best. They bunch up in corners and it ends up a death trap. lastly lights in the center of the space so chicks can self regulate temps. if chick is cold then they move under light if not the run around. light should be place close to the ground about 10 inches above. raiselower light so chick tend to sit about the outer edges and not piled up in center. this will keep them from bunching up. if they do bunch up just lower the light a bit more til they back off a bit.

  6. Thanks Dexter. This is very informative. You inspired me to start quail farming. I am one of your numerous fans all the way from Nigeria.

  7. I stacked my cages but not angled, I do use a drywall knife to clean the dung like you are planning. I put a layer of sand so it don't stick. It works great. I will ,make angles next time, that is a good idea. Salamat poe for sharing. Please do an update after you have your quail in it for awhile, and let us know how it works out.

  8. Good day sir dexter..thank you for uploading this video..this is very informative.hopefully i can start raising quails when i get back to my hometown.congratulation sir.

  9. Wow! Nice reproduction! U r very successful breeder SIR DEX keep uploading vdos and sharing your knowledge 😍

  10. Always watching your videos because it is so good to watch and you can learn breeding of animals and also my favorite fishes.🐡🐠🐟🐬

  11. Sir, I am one of your numerous admirers and a hatcher from Assam, India. Sir, one thing I want to know, is that why my quail eggs have chicks in them but cannot come out.

  12. Sir I really like your content. I am an animal lover in general. I hope someday, magkakaroon din ako ng farm at makapagbreed ng kahit ano. Nagsimula na po ako sa mga insects at small animals. Nasa CHANNEL ko po. Tulungan nyo po akong mapalago ang CHANNEL ko kagaya nyo. You really inspired me a lot.

  13. Sir dexter do you want to have impoted japanese breeder koi
    Buy here at:
    Koi Central
    Tel nos: 02-8161436
    Casa california bldg,talon 2 las piñas city,manila philippines
    They have koi price of
    Golden koi:1500
    Shiro utsuri koi:2000
    Kohaku and Sanke:6000
    Shusui and asagi:roughly around 5000 to 9000
    Kojaku: i dont know the price

    They have also champion line koi for sale:more than 100,000 pesos
    They also have fish food
    Like saki hikari,koiking,aquamaster and other more
    They also have cichlids for sale
    Cheapest of cichlid:50
    Expensive cichlid:300

    Breeder thai ryukin they also have for only 350
    Imported guppy breeder for 80 and 100 only
    Flowerhorn for 500

  14. Please provide same fertil egg please 200/300 egg
    Adrrss __village khokhara jaith STAMBH CHOUK POST office TARKELA DISTRICT RAIGARH chhattisgar

  15. Sorry, for the 2nd comment but I bet you'd never have to buy fertilizer if you had a quail farm and a vegie farm 🙂 .

  16. Congratulations on your subscribers 🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢🐢

  17. If you want to keep the chicks healthy . Put some turmeric in the water until the water just turns yellow. Then add I bit of crushed multivitamin tablet powder. I have had a 100% success at keeping chicks alive during the brooding stage

  18. Pwede po b maka bili sa inyo ng 20female and 5 male, try ko lng po mag breed p PM nlng po if pwede www.facebook.com/luckyfakeF

  19. Sir saan po kayo nakatira baka po pweding makabili kahit sisiw palang po dito po ako nakatira ngayon sa caloocan po

  20. Kuya Dexter I've watching your videos for a while now. I like the idea of raising ducks and quails based on your tips but unfortunately I could find ducks and quails for sale here in our place. By the way I'm from Polanco Zamboanga del Norte 😊

  21. Sir Dexter how i order fertile quial egg from you for hatching her at my place PALAWAN.. @ HOW much per egg?tnx

  22. you know that im your subscriber for 9 months thank you for the advice now my fish is grow bigger and healtier i wish you soon have a more subscriber and plss SHOUTOUT of me.

  23. pls tell me some of essential medicine or drug can be cured the chikcen since in my there is no more caring chicken! thank u

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