hatchability


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hatchability

the percentage of eggs set to hatch that in fact hatch. Governed by many factors especially nutritional adequacy.
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Furthermore, hatchability would probably be improved because this method does not involve rinsing the eggs, which can damage them.
Effect of dietary aflatoxin on fertility hatchability and progeny performance of broiler breeder hens.
For hatchability and hatching weight measurements, the individual hatching tray per treatment served as the experimental unit (n = 4); however, after hatch, the individual cages served as the experimental unit (n = 8) for statistical analysis.
Therefore, it is important to have an in-depth understanding of all the factors affecting the hatchability performance of pheasants.
This leads to a variation in hatchability and could worsen the results of the incubation process.
The training will also be helpful to cover various techniques that can enhance fertility, hatchability and chick yield at the older age under local farm environment.
This study aims to evaluate the effect of LED lighting during incubation of Fayoumi eggs on hatchability (period length, dead embryos and percentage) and hatch chick performance (weight, vitality).
Our loudspeaker contains 250 thousand heads simultaneously, breeding work is carried out to improve hatchability and egg production.
In Pakistan, the disease is quite common and it causes enormous economic losses in the form of mortality, carcass condemnation, drop in egg production, poor hatchability and feed conversion ratio (Mukhtar et al.