Feeder Quail Eggs For Sale
Egg Sizes Explained
A U.S. quarter is almost the same length and width as one of our quail eggs. This implies that lizards of medium and large sizes, as well as many species of snake, may eat them with relish. While some lizard species, like monitors and tegus, have a well-documented penchant for eggs, many others are quite content to chow down on them. Eggs are a popular food source for a variety of snakes, including corn snakes, rat snakes, gopher snakes, bull snakes, king snakes, garter snakes, and milk snakes.
Why Feeder Quail Eggs?
Many species of wild lizards and snakes regard eggs as one of the most delicious and nutrient-dense diets available. If you keep a reptile as a pet, it will certainly like the occasional egg treat you provide. We sell quail eggs because they are lower in fat and cholesterol than chicken eggs, gram for gram. The levels of vitamin A, calcium, thiamine, and riboflavin in our eggs are also significantly greater. Free-range quail also lay them.
Are These Eggs Fertile?
Yes! The quail eggs we provide are viable and may be incubated and hatched if you so want. After 16-18 days of incubation, you should have some cute little quail chicks bouncing around.
Shipping Your Feeder Quail Eggs
We provide a 100% guaranteed live delivery on all orders of feeder quail eggs. Before placing a purchase, please review our guarantee information.
We retain the right to postpone your purchase in the rather uncommon event of poor weather circumstances since we sell quail eggs online responsibly (along with reptiles, amphibians, tarantulas, and scorpions). You will be alerted via email if this happens, since it is done solely for the protection of the viable eggs.