A quail sets ( with sufficient light amount ) every 16 to 24 hours an egg.
A quail egg weighs about 11 to 15g ( light line rather 9- 11g , 14 - 16g more quail mast ) .
A chicken egg is approximately 4-5 quail eggs.
Quail eggs are slightly more aromatic than chicken eggs .
The quail has a tougher than the chicken egg amnion .
Quail eggs are eaten raw help against various allergies, sensitivities and intolerances , as well as the vitality and potency increase ( Wachteleikur ) .
The mottling and staining of the eggs is specific for each hen .
A hen knows the mottling and color of their eggs, and always puts it (if possible) to the ground on which they are best camouflaged.
For 1g quail egg takes about 3g feed. ( with winter about 6 - 8g)
Quail eggs have less cholesterol , but more vitamins and iron than chicken eggs .
For people who suffer from an egg allergy , quail eggs can be an alternative.
A quail egg (10g) contains approximately : 1.7 g protein , 1.1 g fat, 0.12 g carbohydrates, minerals such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus , iron, vitamin A, vitamin B , vitamin E, vitamin D
and vitamin K as essential amino acids.
A quail egg contains about 15-16 calories.
Quail eggs are cooled almost incorruptible . ( they are " dry " one only , but remain edible )
The first eggs of a quail are much smaller ( 8g - 10g 13g - 15g where normally would ) , but after a few days eggs are laid with normal weight.