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50-Egg Button Quail

ETPQ-1-30

Regular price $45.00

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Egg Tray | Paper Pulp 50 Cell Button Quail Egg

Paper Egg Crate | Filler Flat

General Information

  • Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
  • 50-egg, 5X10 cell tray

Dimensions

Other Uses

  • Collectors Tray
  • Small Parts Storage
  • Machined Parts Shipping
  • & more! 

Customer Reviews

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Lori S.
GREAT PRODUCT

We are a precision components mfr. These quail egg cartons are perfect for shipping our parts in. EggCartons has very quick shipping as well!

Thrilled to hear that these are working out so well for you. Thank you so much for taking the time to write this!

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Barbara Smeglin
SHIPPING/RECEIVING

JUST WHAT THEY WERE LOOKING FOR, THANKS

Hi Barbara, thank you for your review! We appreciate all the feedback we receive. We are glad to hear that these pulp quail trays are exactly what you were looking for! Again, we appreciate the feedback!

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E. ANGEL

Great Product used for shipping finished machined parts

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Fred Sophis
All around good

good product, good delivery

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RBC Precision Products - Bremen
Thanks

We pack our machined items to the count of these trays. Works out perfectly. Thanks!

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Why do feeder insects need egg trays?

    Feeder insects such as crickets and Dubia roaches are territorial and don't typically live among hundreds like they do in captivity. Male crickets and roaches have a tendency to fight eachother, so giving them a place to hide within the pockets of an egg tray gives the insects a private place to hide.
    Feeder insects are also known for nibbling and chewing, making egg trays are a great source of natural fiber that will not harm your colony.

  • Can this tray be used with feeder insects suck as crickets and dubia roaches?

    Egg trays are a great source of fiber for your feeder insects, however the cells in this tray are very small and would not provide adequate surface space for larger insects to hide.