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Hatching and brooding chicks

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Hatching and brooding chicks 

incubation of eggs

Native hens will start laying eggs. At the age of about 6-8 months, the eggs look like a set. On average, there will be about 4 sets of eggs per year, about 10-12 eggs each. When the hens run out of eggs, they will begin to hatch.

Before letting the hens incubate the eggs The mites and lice on the hens should be killed first. The hens are dipped in a mites-killing solution to prevent mites and lice from infesting the hens while incubating.

hatching that egg At night, the hens lay in the brood for the rest of the night. and go out to eat in the morning During the day, the hens incubate their eggs for about 2 hours at a time and then descend from the ovaries. alternating to eat Then come back to incubate again.

look for infection

When the hens incubate eggs for about 5-7 days, eggs should be taken to look for infection. by using cardboard to roll into a cylinder shape Bring the egg close to one end of the tube. 

Then lift it up and look at the sunlight. Infected eggs are seen with black spots on the inside and red veins spread out. The unleavened eggs are clear and the veins are not visible. must be removed and eaten This will help the hens incubate the remaining infected eggs better. and get more chicks

It takes the hen to hatch about 21 days when all the chicks have hatched. The straw that supports the ovary and the eggshell should be removed and burned. and clean the ovaries

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Raising hens and chicks

When all the chicks have come out of the eggs, the hens should be fed by the hens themselves. Both hens and chicks are moved into coops or cages on dry ground. broken rice or cooked rice scraps for chicks to eat and have a cup or shallow basin filled with clean water to drink at all times

When the chicks are about 2 weeks old, the chicks are healthy. then open randomly, allowing the chicks to feed with the hens By nature, the hens will raise their young for 1-2 months before they are separated from the young to fertilize and lay new eggs.

If you want the hens to prepare the next generation of eggs faster. After being allowed to raise the child for 2 weeks, separate the child from the mother. They were raised in separate cages. for the hen to rest and prepare for the next generation of eggs.

Hatching and brooding chicks

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selection of chicken breeds

Farmers can select native chickens for breeding. By doing the following

1. Good hens must be in perfect shape and strong, weighing 2.5 kg or more, aged from 9 months but not over 3 years.

2. A good hen must be in good shape and strong. weighing 1.5 kg or more, aged 7 months but not more than 3 years

– Give at least 4 eggs per year

– Give at least 12 eggs per set.

– Hatch at least 8 eggs per set.

– Raising children well Raising children to survive until they grow up to 6 per set.

– Not aggressive, pecking at the chicks of other hens.

3. Always select breeders and breeders. If the mother is more than 3 years old, it must be excluded.

4. One breeder can be used to breed or control a flock of 6-10 hens.

5. Keep the chicks born from good parents for breeding 2-3 per generation.

Hatching and brooding chicks ,Choosing a good breed of chickens for breeding will help the chickens in the flock grow in size, fertilize their eggs, raise their young, and raise their children to survive. and fast growing chicks make the caregiver get high returns

 

MASTER CF75

TEMPCONTROLLER

Hatching and brooding chicks 

incubation of eggs

Native hens will start laying eggs. At the age of about 6-8 months, the eggs look like a set. On average, there will be about 4 sets of eggs per year, about 10-12 eggs each. When the hens run out of eggs, they will begin to hatch.
Before letting the hens incubate the eggs The mites and lice on the hens should be killed first. The hens are dipped in a mites-killing solution to prevent mites and lice from infesting the hens while incubating.
hatching that egg At night, the hens lay in the brood for the rest of the night. and go out to eat in the morning During the day, the hens incubate their eggs for about 2 hours at a time and then descend from the ovaries. alternating to eat Then come back to incubate again.
 
look for infection
 
When the hens incubate eggs for about 5-7 days, eggs should be taken to look for infection. by using cardboard to roll into a cylinder shape Bring the egg close to one end of the tube. 
Then lift it up and look at the sunlight. Infected eggs are seen with black spots on the inside and red veins spread out. The unleavened eggs are clear and the veins are not visible. must be removed and eaten This will help the hens incubate the remaining infected eggs better. and get more chicks
It takes the hen to hatch about 21 days when all the chicks have hatched. The straw that supports the ovary and the eggshell should be removed and burned. and clean the ovaries
Chickatron 20
 
Raising hens and chicks
 
When all the chicks have come out of the eggs, the hens should be fed by the hens themselves. Both hens and chicks are moved into coops or cages on dry ground. broken rice or cooked rice scraps for chicks to eat and have a cup or shallow basin filled with clean water to drink at all times
When the chicks are about 2 weeks old, the chicks are healthy. then open randomly, allowing the chicks to feed with the hens By nature, the hens will raise their young for 1-2 months before they are separated from the young to fertilize and lay new eggs.
If you want the hens to prepare the next generation of eggs faster. After being allowed to raise the child for 2 weeks, separate the child from the mother. They were raised in separate cages. for the hen to rest and prepare for the next generation of eggs.
Chickatron 20
 
selection of chicken breeds
 
Farmers can select native chickens for breeding. By doing the following
1. Good hens must be in perfect shape and strong, weighing 2.5 kg or more, aged from 9 months but not over 3 years.
2. A good hen must be in good shape and strong. weighing 1.5 kg or more, aged 7 months but not more than 3 years
 
– Give at least 4 eggs per year
– Give at least 12 eggs per set.
– Hatch at least 8 eggs per set.
– Raising children well Raising children to survive until they grow up to 6 per set.
– Not aggressive, pecking at the chicks of other hens.
 
3. Always select breeders and breeders. If the mother is more than 3 years old, it must be excluded.
4. One breeder can be used to breed or control a flock of 6-10 hens.
5. Keep the chicks born from good parents for breeding 2-3 per generation.
Choosing a good breed of chickens for breeding will help the chickens in the flock grow in size, fertilize their eggs, raise their young, and raise their children to survive. and fast growing chicks make the caregiver get high returns
 
MASTER CF75
TEMPCONTROLLER

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