Quail

Several species of quail are hunted for food throughout the world, but the Japanese quail (Coturnix japónica) and the bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus) are two of the most commonly raised in North America for table use. The European quail (C. coturnix) has been widely consumed as food for centuries, but no accounts of its domestic rearing could be found.

Figure 7. Partridge, grouse, and other game birds in continental supermarket in Tours, France.
Table 14. Nutritional Analysis of Deboned Meat of Game Birds (per 100 g)
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