The age of maturity of male birds will differ between species of birds. The maturity refers to the age at which the males reach sexual maturity and will start breeding with their female partners.
Quail = about 60 days old.
Hen = about 6-8 months old.
Partridges = male grey partridges mature from about 10-12 months old.
Pheasants = about 6-7 months old.
Guinea fowl = about 8-10 months old.
Ducks = about 8 months old.
Turkeys = about 8 months old.
Geese = about 8 months old.
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