Quail is a collective name for several species of mid-sized birds in the order of Galliformes.
Old World quail are placed in the family Phasianidae, and the New World quail are placed in the family Odontophoridae . The species Button quail are named for their superficial resemblance to quail, and form the family Turnicadea in the order Charadriiformes. They, an Old World quail, often is sold in the pet trade, and within this trade is commonly, though mistakenly, referred to as a “button quail”. Many of the common larger species are farm-raised for food or egg consumption, and are hunted on game farms or in the wild, where they may be released to supplement the wild population, or extend into areas outside their natural range. In 2007, 40 million quail were produced in the U.S.[
We raise Button Quail, Coturnix Quail, Snowflake Bobwhite Quail, Silver Bobwhite Quail, Tennessee Red Bobwhite Quail, Butler Bobwhite Quail, Grey-Barred Bobwhite Quail, Orange Bobwhite Quail, White Bobwhite Quail, Blonde Bobwhite Quail, & Mexican Speckled Bobwhite Quail.