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Found one of our quail unresponsive this morning. She's not dead yet, but can't move and eyes are barely blinking and she's cold. Moved her away from the flock incase of disease. How long should I leave her, or should I just cull? We've only had a flock for about 10 months and I'm slightly concerned about eating a bird that might be sick. Hadn't seen any problems with her until today.
 
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Never mind, she's gone, just dug a hole. I guess I cook all the eggs from the past week well done scrambled as I'm worried about what killed her.
 
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Sorry for your loss,  these links might be of help to you in the future.

science direct quail disease

quail eggs disease page

backyard chickens quail disease pages
 
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