Poultry species that contribute limited amounts of income to total poultry sales are often referred to as miscellaneous poultry. These species are important even though total sales may be small. The less visible species of poultry include Coturnix quail, Bobwhite quail, Chukar partridge, ring-necked pheasants, guinea fowl, pigeons, and swan.
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