12 eggs  $3.00 plus shipping

18 eggs  $4.25 plus shipping

24 eggs  $5.50 plus shipping

36 eggs  $10.25 plus shipping 

Quail eggs can be picked up at the farm in our outside fridge place by our back door. 

​                      $3.00 1 dozen or 

                      $4.25 per 18 count

Call for ahead so that we can make sure to have the quantity you want in the fridge when you arrive            1-360-730-1227

​Quail egg cutters $3.00 shipped with an egg order. $4.25 plus shipping if order alone.

Place the open oval end over the narrow end of the egg and just cut. Then just pour the egg out of the opening. Easy, clean and quick. No more messy cracking

 Our eggs are farm fresh daily. Our girls are little egg machines.

 Shipping is available.

​ We have a Washington State Egg Handlers license and have a closed flock.

 We sell packaged by the dozen, 18 count or more, you decide.

​ Quail eggs are excellent fried, scrambled, hard boiled for a little snack, put in egg drop soup or any soup,. Pickled is my favorite or, try smoking the hard boiled eggs or pickled eggs in your smoker for a wonderful flavor. 

 I love pickled in salads, as a snack or in my martini at night. Instructions below

Our first hatch of 3/3/2018 More to come. Place your order for future hatches 

​We have a closed flock

We have Cortunix eggs for hatching and eating.


        Email for pricing over 36 eggs  skymdw@whidbey.com

Easy pickled Quail eggs.

Take you favorite brand of dill pickles, once all pickles are gone just put hard boiled quail eggs into the dill juice, wait about three weeks then eat or use in whatever you like. 


​​​​​​​ The Pharaoh Coturnix quail are mature after 8 weeks of age and are full grown at 10 weeks of age.  The hens start laying at 8 to 10 weeks. They are very easy to keep but need to be kept in cages above the ground or in secure ground cages. Pharaoh Coturnix like to take dust baths in hot weather.

 The eggs are high in protein, contain good cholesterol, and have a high concentration of minerals and vitamins.
Comparing quail eggs to chicken eggs, one quail egg contains six times more vitamin B1, and 15 times more vitamin B2. The quail eggs also contains iron, folate, pantotheric acid, phosphorus, riboflavin and selenium.

The Coturnix quail eggs have also proven to be very beneficial in fighting more than 300 diseases. A protein component in the eggs is extracted to make vaccines.

Quail eggs do not contain salmonella, as chicken eggs sometimes might, because of the increased amount of lysozyme which kills the bacteria. The raw eggs contribute to stomach health. You can add one or two raw eggs to a protein shake, a smoothie or juice.

The early Egyptians and Chinese used the quail eggs to treat many health problems. Since 1967 they've been used to treat asthma, impotence and numerous allergies.