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The Studyassessed the adoption of recommended management practices for quail production in two selected Local Government Areas (Kano municipal and Gwale) of Kano state. Multi-stage samplingtechnique wasused to select 120respondentsfrom two districts each from the two local government areas.. BothDescriptive and Inferential statistics were used to analyze the data.The result of the analysis revealed that the mean age of the respondents was39 years, minimum primary level of education was found to be 37%, awareness and quail farming experiencewere significant in the adoption of recommended practicesforquail production in the study areas(72% and 75% respectively). The average rate of adoption for the recommended management practices for quail production in the study areas was 65%. The mean income of the respondents before and after adoption of recommended practices was found to be 2.18(N30, 000) and 3.37(N45, 000) respectively. The study therefore shows that adoption of recommended management practices for quail production has a significant impact on the farmer‘s income, production output and standard of living in the study areas.
1.1 Background to the Study
Quail (Cortunixcortunix Japonica) is a native of Asia and Europe. It has been farmed
since ancient times, especially in the Far East. They reproduce rapidly and their rate
of egg production is remarkable. They are also robust, disease resistant, and easy to
keep, requiring only simple cages and equipment and little space. Yet they are not
well known around the world and deserve wider testing. Quail are so precocious that
they can lay eggs when hardly more than 5 weeks old. It is said that about 20 of them
are sufficient to keep an average family in eggs year-round. Quail eggs are very
popular in Japan, where they are packed in thin plastic cases and sold fresh in many
food stores. They are also boiled, shelled, and either canned or boxed like chicken
eggs (Vali, 2008).
Commercial quail farming is becoming more popular and is being increasingly
promoted in number of Asian
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