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Forty quail that hatched on Little Wing Farm near Tomales now produce an egg a day. Owner Molly Myerson sells them to Saltwater Oyster Depot and Osteria Stellina, where next week patrons will find them mixed with greens and cheese and stuffed in housemade ravioli.   Samantha Kimmey

When Molly Myerson walks into her quail coop outside Tomales on the hunt for the day’s cache of eggs, she eyes a few of the birds’ favorite spots—a divot where two low wooden beams imperfectly meet in one corner, a blue crate in the back. But the quail are also prone to hunkering down in the dirt somewhere . . .

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