Viltfärgad av den vanligaste typen vi oftast ser.
They are just like the wild quail greater mobility and ability to fly . Are active and very lively and alert. They can easy fly to high altitudes and are happy to share perches high up with our parakeets. We think it is interesting to keep this variation is due . that it is about to disappear in favor of the heavier variants. This is the origin of the variants maintaining the Japanese quail in captivity .
In Japan they say they have 3 different "lines" in the Japanese quail .
The wild Japanese quail is now revalued and the IUCN categorizes the species as Near Threatened . ( International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources )
Den ”Lätta Linjen”
The "Light Line"
It is also a high productive quail. The weight of this line is between 90-150 grams. These lines originate from the 1960s, perhaps even longer. They have a longer lifespan than the heavier quails and it is not unusual that they can reach an age of about 5 years. They have just like the wild quail greater mobility and ability to fly. Are active and very lively and alert. They can easy fly to to high altitudes and are happy to share perches high up with our parakeets.
This variant is held primarily by breeders in Germany, England, Holland and Denmark. It is a conservation work that requires that you get good contact with other breeders to keep this variant. This is the origin of all our "laying quail" available today!
It has recently developed a new color variant of the rooster. So new that it does not have its own name,
We do not sell breeding eggs !!
The red numbers in the upper left corner is the bird's weight in grams.