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Missouri Quail Summit a Success!

What do you call it when you get 175 landowners, biologists and quail researchers together? A SUCCESS!

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More Missouri Success - Missouri Conservation Farmer of the Year

Success breeds more success.

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More Missouri Successes

Nothing beats hearing a rooster bobwhite whistle in the spring. Well, maybe a wild turkey.

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from MOre Quail

Want to bring the bobwhite's call back to your land? Follow MDC's quail guys, who share periodic tips and insights that will help you create high-quality habitat in every season. To subscribe, scroll down, and click the RSS icon.

My Grandfathers' Farms

If each of my grandfathers were alive today, they would both be more than 100 years old.

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Newly hatched bobwhite quail chick

Newly hatched bobwhite quail chick

This photo shows a downy quail chick.

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News and Almanac

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"News and Almanac" for the December, 1999 Missouri Conservationist.

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News and Almanac

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"News and Almanac" for the December 2003 Missouri Conservationist.

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Nit-Picking Habitat Management: Working with What's There

Grass is grass to quail. They don't know the difference between bermuda, brome, bahia or broomsedge. Quail do know good habitat.

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Nitpicking Habitat Management - Stop the "Dead Zone"

I’m starting to think that some landowners might be genetically programmed to mow. However, many people don’t realize that mowing field edges--creating a “dead zone”--is also bad for quail.

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