GQF Manufacturing Company Inc. was founded as Georgia Quail Farm in Savannah, Ga in 1957. At that time, the company was producing live birds for hunting preserves. In order to streamline the production of birds, GQF developed its own system of laying cages and equipment. A few years later, this unique method of production was offered to small breeders through mail order and eventually through feed and farm supply stores. In 1970, Georgia Quail Farm became G.Q.F. Manufacturing Company Inc.

The availability of the working farm fitted with high-quality equipment has allowed GQF Manufacturing to produce low-cost quality equipment that small bird breeders could use. In the mid-1960s, GQF invented and produced the Hova-Bator incubator. Foam plastic construction provides excellent insulation, low wattage heat, and the lowest cost ever in thermostat-controlled incubators. In 1974, GQF began installing automatic turning in its cabinet model incubators making them the first units of that size to have this feature and still keep prices low. After years of development, GQF brought out its patented continuous turning egg turner for the Hova-Bator incubator. This was a breakthrough in low-cost automatic egg turning.

GQF Manufacturing Company has a program to continuously test, develop, and seek improvements in poultry and game bird equipment for small breeders. The company’s technicians and sales staff offer years of experience to fulfill all customers' requirements.

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