Quail is a collective name for several genera of mid-sized birds generally placed in the order Galliformes. Old World quail are found in the family Phasianidae, and New World quail are found in the family Odontophoridae. The king quail, one of the Old World quail, often is sold in the pet trade, and within this trade is commonly, though mistakenly, referred to as a “button quail”. Many of the common larger species are farm-raised for table food or egg consumption, and are hunted on game farms or in the wild, where they may be released to supplement the wild population, or extend into areas outside their natural range.

In the United States, a Cornish game hen, also sometimes called a Cornish hen, poussin, Rock Cornish hen, or simply Rock Cornish, is a hybrid chicken sold whole. Despite the name, it is not a game bird. Rather, it is a broiler chicken, the most common strain of commercially raised meat chickens. Though the bird is called a “hen”, it can be either male or female.

Roast Quail
Quail Eggs
Cornish Game Hen


  • Jumbo Whole 5-6 oz.
  • Jumbo Skinned Bone-out 4-5 oz.
  • Jumbo Skinned Bone-out 6 pk.
  • Manchester Skinned Bone-out  24 pc.
  • Plantation Skinned Bone-out 9/4pk.
  • Plantation Whole 9/4 pk.
  • Breast Bone-out Medallions, 9/6 pk.
  • Quail Eggs, 15 pc. Tray.

Cornish Game Hens

  • Skinned Bone-out 16 / 14 – 16 oz.
  • Skinned Bone-out 16 / 10 – 12 oz.