DS Eagle Butcher, 9 Wellfields, Writtle, Essex.
L Buckle Butcher, 33 Hutton Road, Shenfield, Essex CM15 8JU
D&G Hepburn Butcher, 269 Roman Road, Mountnessing, Essex CM15 0UH
Nags Head Market, 22 Seven Sisters Road, London N7 6AG, Tel: 020 7607 3527
Barleylands Farm Shop, Southend Road, Billericay CM11 2UQ 01268 288886
The best way for us to ensure the eggs are kept clean from contact with contaminants is using our unique cages, once laid the eggs roll down to the collection area or are collected daily. With a two level housing system introduced for most of the quail during 2012 the birds are free to nest, scratch, perch or run around on the mesh floor as they wish, fresh water and feed is available to them at all times to ensure healthy happy birds that are in that way cared for and prepared to lay a good quantity of eggs
Farming of quail is important explainable, livestock farms are able to exchange the vegetable nutrients of plant life to various protein and vitamin forms beneficial to humans as a varied diet, good health can be achived by a varied diet and regular exercise
Quail eggs are different in some ways and due to their size you could find it easier to abide by colesterol intake recomendations
resulting with less food waste.
Quails-in-Essex, Paslow Common Farm, Ingatestone, Essex CM4 0JY