Does anyone sell quail eggs for eating? If so, for how much?
I wouldn't if I were you. First off, some states require a paper trail on any wild game bird(eggs, chicks, adults). Another reason, you could be setting your self up for a liability issue when selling any type of eggs for the general public that hasn't been certified by either your
state Dept of AG, or by the USDA.
Selling eggs as hatchable would release you of any liability as long as you are within your state DNR regulations. Shipping eggs out of state may require N.P.I.P. and AI (your state) being certified free of any disease that a purchaser from out of state may order.
I gave away over 1000 dozen eggs(pheasant) this year as consumables. The though crossed my mind about selling them for $1.00 a dozen just to help with the feed bill. After checking the the State Dept of AG, it was not advisable do to the issues of liability.
They wanted me to have a separate staging area from my pen location and an approved USDA cleaning and refrigeration building along with quarterly inspections in grading and sampling of my eggs for any forms of salmonella. This is another reason I will not by Chicken
eggs from road side stands. You never know what you are getting and at this stage of the game with salmonella showing up in all forms of domesticated meats and by products, it just doesn't pay.
If you have that many eggs, just give them away and make the neighbors happy.
Pheasant Hollow Farm