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The Quails are dead easy and very cute Rob.... however, they'd better start producing.
LOL, it looks like Bennie's got all day entertainment with the chooks. Those quail are very pretty birds, and they seem to be quite quiet as well.
Thanks for another lovely video, Andy. Everything thriving as usual. I'm waiting for when you do get some eggs under Bertha - a big chook like that fussing over tiny Quail babies. That'll be worth another video. Still, best not count the chickens before they're even laid.
Cheers Lissa. I guess if Bertha squashes one, I won't try that again!
Bobbie thinks you're given him a gift with Bennie. Our dog reacted the same years back despite our reservations about introducing a new dog person into the household.
Good idea to have the chook hatch the quail eggs. I wonder if the big old chook might be too heavy on top though?
Hope your new hive survives.
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Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion. It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)
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