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# Alexander 2008-03-26 15:58
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Hello, I am a retired military officer, and would like to organize quails breeding for eggs production in my home town. Where can I have details of setting up a similar production. And could you help me in that. The answer: We are producers and don’t consult private persons in quails breeding. We offer ready-made product.

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Hello, I am a retired military officer, and would like to organize quails breeding for eggs production in my home town. Where can I have details of setting up a similar production. And could you help me in that. The answer: We are producers and don’t consult private persons in quails breeding. We offer ready-made product.
# NaXaL 2008-03-26 15:58
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Why is there so little information on your site? The folk is interested. Answer: What kind of information do you miss? We’ll be happy to answer any your question.: Why is there so little information on your site? The folk is interested.

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What kind of information do you miss? We’ll be happy to answer any your question.
# Tupak Ameli Shakur 2008-03-26 15:58
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Hello, how many eggs should be eaten a day?

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Hen’s and quail’s eggs are a wonderful product, created by the nature itself. They contain a great number of nourishing substances and vitamins. It’s not harmful for one’s heart and vessels to eat 1-2 hen’s and quail’s eggs a day five times a week. Besides, hen’s and quail’s eggs are well digested by human organism.
# Marina. The city of Kurgan 2008-03-26 15:57
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Can quail’s eggs be eaten uncooked (I mean salmonellosis)? Thank you.

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Consumption of raw quail’s eggs can not cause salmonellosis disease, as temperature inside quails’ stomach is over 44 degrees. Under such temperature conditions causative agent of salmonellosis dies. So, quails’ eggs can be consumed raw.
# tatyana81@bk.ru 2008-03-26 15:57
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Can quail’s eggs cause allergy?

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In this respect quail’s eggs are an absolutely safe product with curing properties. The allergy is cured by special protein – ovomoccide, which is a part of the quail’s egg. It is used in the production of antiallergic medications.
# Andrew 2008-03-26 15:56
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When are you going to start production of ostrich eggs? It would be nice to taste them.

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Production of ostrich eggs is not planned
# Customer 2008-03-26 15:56
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What technology do you use to enrich products with selenium? Are there any side-effects when using the product?

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The technology of hen’s and quail’s eggs’ enrichment has been developed by the poultry plant experts, and includes enrichment through special balanced feeding of poultry. The birdseed is added with selenium yeast of organic origin, so any side-effects are not possible.
# Olga 2008-03-26 15:55
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Good afternoon. What document do you follow when declaring 30 days shelf life of the Molodetskoe dietary egg?

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Specifications of the Republic of Belarus ТУ РБ 600187932.002-2004.
# Chaldon54@rambler.ua 2008-03-26 15:55
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Does your company work with private entrepreneurs from Ukraine and on what terms? Last year I visited your country for the first time in 53 years. WELL DONE! Best regards, Serguey Reshetnikov.

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We don’t work with individual entrepreneurs from Ukraine. If we are of interest for you, please inform on the market situation and prices in conventional currency units.
# Irene 2008-03-25 15:54
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How often, how many and in what form quail’s eggs can be given to a child of three years old?

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A child of three years can be given 1-2 quail’s eggs a day. Quail’s eggs should rather be served raw on an empty stomach in the morning, 30 minutes before meals, followed with water or juice. The dose should be systematic in the course of 3-4 months. If the child doesn’t like uncooked eggs, they can be added to porridge, puree or soup