- flesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised
- Himalayan quail
- Quail 0,02 
- Gorgeted wood-quail
- Odontophorus strophium Gorgeted wood-quail Ophrysia superciliosa Himalayan quail
- Quail: Minimum enclosure dimensions and space allowances
- Meleagris ocellata (III Guatemala) Ocellated turkey Odontophorus strophium Gorgeted wood-quail Ophrysia superciliosa Himalayan quail Pavo muticus (II) Green peafowl Polyplectron bicalcaratum (II) Grey peacock-pheasant
- The housing of quail in aviaries or pens as opposed to cages is therefore strongly recommended.
- Additional guidelines for housing and care of quail, in stock and during procedures
- hare, rabbit and game (antelope, deer, boar, pheasant, grouse, pigeon, quail, etc.),
- Quail are capable of extremely rapid startle responses, which can lead to head injuries.
- Eggs: in addition to hen eggs, eggs of ducks, geese and quail should also be sampled.
- differentiated capacity thresholds for the rearing of different poultry species, including the specific case of quail;
- However, in some experimental studies quail have been reported to be resistant to some HPAI strains.
- SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR DETECTION OF INFECTIONS WITH H5/H7 SUBTYPES OF AVIAN INFLUENZA IN DUCKS, GOOSE AND QUAIL