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Tips and advices

Tips and advices

 

Regular we are asked about a bad outcome result after a hatching process. Sometimes its fast clear what the reason is of a badoutcome result. Recently I spoke with a man and he knew nothing about the breeding eggs. Its important to now how old the eggs are and and how they are stored. Hatching off eggs is a special natural process and it is important to do that carefully.  Accuracy is important with hatching eggs, only a good incubator is not enough.

 

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Sometimes something goes wrong during the hatching process. In nature that happened also. Comes one problem frequently for, then it is good to look for a possible cause. It makes sense then to make several eggs open, to make clear at what stage the development is stopped.

 

1. Egg is clear / empty during candling = egg is not fertilized or                             deceased in early stage
2. Fertilized with red blood vessels = egg development after 8 days
3. Red or black spots = early death at candling about 8 days.
4. Embryo with red blood 'ring' = early death during the inspection                       on 8 days.
5. Dark outline with poorly visible detail = late death (10-16 days).
6. Live embryo with beak in air bag = chick will hatch in 24-48 hours.
7. Normal development of the air bag in days
 
Do you want a more detailed explanation of your specific breeding success. Make use of our breeding assistent and email us your question.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My advice to everybody that want tot do a incubation process; 

 

  make all the breeding conditions optimal

 

 

 

 

The next conditions are crucial;

 

 

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   Use fresh hatching eggs, not older than 14 days.

 

 

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   Well preserved hatching eggs, storing around
   10/14 degrees without too much temperature
   fluctuations

 

 

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   Leave transported hatching eggs rest for 24 hours         before going breed.

 

 

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   Avoid high fluctuations in temperature and

   humidity

 

 

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 When the chicks hatch the egg is 70% moisture is a       must!

 

 

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   Keep the incubator closed during the outcome.

 

 

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   Ensure proper fertilization of the eggs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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