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Managing Incubation Temperature to Combat Increased Early Mortality

As a breeder flock ages, the number of ‘clear’ (infertile) eggs increases as a result of decreased fertility and increased early mortality. Consequently, with higher numbers of clear eggs, a higher proportion of the heat produced by developing embryos in the fertile eggs is absorbed by the ‘cold’ clear eggs placed around them. Embryonic temperature

By |2020-01-19T16:16:36+00:00January 19th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Impact of Hairline Cracked Eggs on Hatchability and Chick Performance

In general, good quality eggs are selected and placed for incubation. This means that only clean eggs with shell intact should be placed on the setter trays. Dirty or floor eggs and eggs with visible cracks are removed and not placed. Eggs with hairline cracks might often not be recognized and will, consequently, be placed

By |2020-01-07T02:51:33+00:00January 7th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments