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Wildlife Technologies Management Surrogator

Wildlife Technologies Management Surrogator

The folks at Wildlife Management Technologies have a fascinating product -- the Surrogator, a self-contained unit that will feed, house and water up to 125 day-old quail chicks or 65 pheasant chicks for the first five weeks of their life. It provides everything their mother would provide, and more -- complete protection from predators and the elements.

According to their website, customers have successfully released over a million quail with this product. The Surrogator is primarily intended for those who own shooting preserves, but anyone who owns land and likes to hunt quail should take a hard look at this product. Birds raised in a Surrogator have limited human contact, which means hard flushes. This strikes me as an excellent tool for the serious bird dog trainer.

Contact: Wildlife Management Technologies; (316) 200-0134;

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