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Are you tired of chickens and ducks? Are they getting too big for you? Well, here is the answer to all of your problems. Celadon Quail.  Not only are they small, but they also lay jaw-dropping blue eggs!  Also, the birds themselves come in 7 different colors!



We were not only attracted by the beauty of these lovely easy keepers, but moreover their gorgeous blue eggs (often with lovely brown specks)! Additionally, while quail eggs are smaller than chicken eggs, they contain more fat, protein, iron, riboflavin, and vitamin B12 by weight. For this reason, we are very proud to offer these eggs for sale. We are not selling these as hatching eggs, though they will most likely be fertile.

Celadon Quail are a special variety of Coturnix Quail who carry a rare, recessive gene (the celadon gene) which causes their eggs to be a gorgeous blue color (often with brown speckles!). We have seven different feather colors… Scarlett, Rosetta, Tibetan, Scarlett Tuxedo, Rosetta Tuxedo, Tibetan Tuxedo, and English White. All our breeding line comes from Sadie Girl Farm.

Our Breeding Lines

These Amazing quail can come in 7 different color combinations. The first one is called Pharo, these birds will have a brown back with a white belly and white speckles and stripes. The second color combination is called Cinnamon, these birds have the exact same pattern as Pharo, but instead of brown they have a light gray back. (We have yet to breed these but there is a chance that you could get one.


The third color combination is called Italian, these birds are gold with brown flecks. The fourth color combination is called Tibetan, these birds are all reddish brown with occasional white eyebrows. The fifth color combination is called Tuxedo, these birds have a white belly, and their body can be several different colors. The sixth color combination is called English White, these birds are white all over with several colored spots. The seventh and final color is called Silver, these birds are light grey with a white stomach.

Celadon Quail

  • All our birds have been raised on high protein feed resulting in them having lustrous and beautiful feathers.

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