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A Study on Heating of Hatching Eggs to Improve Hatchability : A Field Study
부화율 향상을 위한 종란의 가열방법에 관한 연구
- Received : 2014.05.27
- Accepted : 2014.07.15
- Published : 2014.07.31
This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of heating hatching eggs on the number of day-old chicks, egg temperature and egg weight during extended storage, and to provide basic information for improving hatchability to livestock producers. Eggs (Hy-line) were subjected to the following treatments: "control": eggs were maintained in an incubator after storage for 8 days; "T1": eggs were preheated for 8 hours at
Heating of hatching eggs;Hatchability;Temperature
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