Serdar Özlü
PhD, Animal Science
Hatchery, Broiler Production, Artificial Insemination of Poultry, Embryo Staging before Incubate
PhD, Animal Science
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Article published the February 23, 2021
INTRODUCTIONBroiler hatching eggs can be stored at temperatures lower than ambient temperature before incubation, which is a common practice in commercial breeding farms and hatcheries. As per the variable market demand for 1-day-old parent stock chicks and the hatchery capacity, the duration of egg storage varies. Normally, commercial hatcheries set their eggs after 3 to 5 d of storage to minimiz ...
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Serdar Özlü Thanks for your question.With a poor rooster management, reduced hen feather quality, and egg oversize, one flock might drop the fertility in around 20% or more. Indeed, spiking and intra-spiking might increase the fertility between 3% and 5%, after 35 weeks of age, however, this will not recovery the heavy reduction of fertility (-20%) in your flock.
Participation in Forum on January 25, 2021
What is the practicability of the Spikig or intra-spiking application in your flock?
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Participation in Forum on November 6, 2020
Paul Wagura There are numerous factors such as egg weight, egg cooling rate, egg transport condition, egg storage duration, egg position in the machine (EST variation). Firstly, we need to discuss your situation to solve the variation. Kind regards.
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How can the variation in hatching time be reduced?
Article published the July 15, 2019
INTRODUCTIONThere has always been a natural biological variation in the time that commercial broiler chicks emerged from their egg shells (hatch time) even under optimum conditions of artificial incubation. Thus, early hatching chicks have generally remained in the hatcher longer while awaiting removal of later hatching chicks from the machine (pull time) (Elibol et al., 2011; Powell et al., 2016) ...
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Participation in Forum on August 28, 2018
adegbenro muyiwa Please you can find the article from the link https://doi.org/10.3382/ps/pey253
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DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEMFarm animals need optimal environment for development and growth in order to reach their genetic capacity. Any weakness of the components of environment may decrease the performance. Consuming water is one of the main pillars of the obtained performance.Importance of consumed water by animals during the growing and fattening period is a reality in the whole livestock sector. ...
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