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    Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    Proper Egg Handling And Storage Practices

    Before Incubation
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    Proper Egg Handling And Storage Practices Before Incubation

    Egg Handling and Storage is the selection and care of eggs before setting in the incubator. Eggs are stored to collect a large number before setting therefore attaining UNIFORMITY in flock management and quality in fightingchick production.

    EGG HANDLING AND STORAGE PRACTICES:

    1. Collect eggs right after laying or several times a day in order to prevent direct exposure to sunlight and microbial contamination.
    2. Select eggs four days laid after introduction of vigorous broodcock.
    3. Carefully place eggs with large end up in sturdy plastic trays to avoid accidental cracking. Do not use plastic bags in collecting eggs.
    4. Select eggs for hatching that are: (a) normal in size and weight - ideal size: 45 grams to 55 grams: small eggs - small chicks - small fightingcocks.
    5. Remove eggs with cracklines, hairlines, loose air cell and thin shells - these are points of entry of microbes that will spoil the eggs later inside the incubator.
    6. Remove dirt using soft cloth damped in lukewarm water. Do this very quickly.
    7. Place eggs in clean and dry plastic egg trays with large end up (small ends down).
    8. Store eggs in a cool room with temperature not exceeding 20 C. Ideal storage room temperature is 12-16 C and humidity of 70 - 75%. Eggs can be stored at the vegetable compartment of the refrigerators or inside an airconditioned room.
    9. Store eggs not more than 7 days to a maximum of 10 days after laying. The earlier
    the egg is set the better.
    10. Tilt the egg tray at least once a day by placing a wedge (small woodblock) underneath the endsides of the tray to make it lean or slant on one side on the first day and on the other side the following day - to prevent the yolk from sticking to the shell.
    11. Avoid subjecting the stored eggs to rapid temp changes or fluctuating temperature (in and out of storage or refs)
    12. Avoid transporting eggs over long distances, jarring on transit may damage the embryo or cause accidental cracking.
    13. Remove eggs from storage, place in a room temperature at least 6 hours before setting in the incubator. Let the sweating dry up by warming slowly under normal room temperature. Warming the egg too rapidly will cause embry deaths.
    14. Sanitize or disinfect eggs before setting to reduce microbial contamination. Make sure disinfectant to be used is recommended for eggs.
    15. Do not forget to put markings on every egg using PENCIL only, representing mating combination that produced it for record purposes.
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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    Taas ko lang para mabasa uli, malapit na namang ang breeding time.

    Sana makatulong sa mga gumagamit ng incubators

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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    Quote Originally Posted by ACAngnqbtr
    Taas ko lang para mabasa uli, malapit na namang ang breeding time.

    Sana makatulong sa mga gumagamit ng incubators

    kuya boy, kmusta po ang business natin. wala pa ba order sa part ng papunta bicol? hehehe
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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel R. Blanco
    kuya boy, kmusta po ang business natin. wala pa ba order sa part ng papunta bicol? hehehe
    Kita nalang tayo this sunday sa premier night ng movie (gateway 6 pm) para mag chicken talk.
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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Produc

    sir boy
    magkano naman sir ang inyong incubator kasi alam ko na kau ang sinasabi ni bos Ted sa skol nya paki pm ako sir

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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    Proper Egg Handling And Storage Practices Before Incubation
    Egg Handling and Storage is the selection and care of eggs before setting in the incubator. Eggs are stored to collect a large number before setting therefore attaining UNIFORMITY in flock management and quality in fightingchick production.

    EGG HANDLING AND STORAGE PRACTICES:

    1. Collect eggs right after laying or several times a day in order to prevent direct exposure to sunlight and microbial contamination.
    2. Select eggs four days laid after introduction of vigorous broodcock.
    3. Carefully place eggs with large end up in sturdy plastic trays to avoid accidental cracking. Do not use plastic bags in collecting eggs.
    4. Select eggs for hatching that are: (a) normal in size and weight - ideal size: 45 grams to 55 grams: small eggs - small chicks - small fightingcocks.
    5. Remove eggs with cracklines, hairlines, loose air cell and thin shells - these are points of entry of microbes that will spoil the eggs later inside the incubator.
    6. Remove dirt using soft cloth damped in lukewarm water. Do this very quickly.
    7. Place eggs in clean and dry plastic egg trays with large end up (small ends down).
    8. Store eggs in a cool room with temperature not exceeding 20 C. Ideal storage room temperature is 12-16 C and humidity of 70 - 75%. Eggs can be stored at the vegetable compartment of the refrigerators or inside an airconditioned room.
    9. Store eggs not more than 7 days to a maximum of 10 days after laying. The earlier
    the egg is set the better.
    10. Tilt the egg tray at least once a day by placing a wedge (small woodblock) underneath the endsides of the tray to make it lean or slant on one side on the first day and on the other side the following day - to prevent the yolk from sticking to the shell.

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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    11. Avoid subjecting the stored eggs to rapid temp changes or fluctuating temperature (in and out of storage or refs)
    12. Avoid transporting eggs over long distances, jarring on transit may damage the embryo or cause accidental cracking.
    13. Remove eggs from storage, place in a room temperature at least 6 hours before setting in the incubator. Let the sweating dry up by warming slowly under normal room temperature. Warming the egg too rapidly will cause embry deaths.
    14. Sanitize or disinfect eggs before setting to reduce microbial contamination. Make sure disinfectant to be used is recommended for eggs.
    15. Do not forget to put markings on every egg using PENCIL only, representing mating combination that produced it for record purposes.

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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    sir the best ang incubation procedure nyo. kahit nag block-out sa amin nakapisa pa rin ako 8 out 9 eggs!

    your the MAN!!!!!

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    Re: Incubation And Hatchery Management Technology On Gamefowl - Fightingchicks Production

    sir salamat po sa pag post nyo malaking tulong lalo na sa mga baguhan katulad ko.

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