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Incubation procedures
  1: Natural Brooding of Chickens
  2: Collecting chicken eggs
  3: Candling eggs before incubation
  4: Egg Incubator Models
  5: Setting Up Incubator: Eggs Position
  6: Setting Up Incubator: Incubation Time
  7: Setting Up Incubator: Moisture Air circulation
  8: Automatic egg turner
  9: Candling Eggs during Incubation
  10: Hatching Chicken Eggs
  11: Post-hatching Care
  12: Causes of Failure to Hatch
  13: Hatching Calendar - Chart
  14: Raising Baby Chicks
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Choosing an Incubator

Circulated air incubator
Choosing an Incubator:
Incubator type:

1. Incubator without egg turner.

The eggs are placed on a grid and must be returned by hand, at least 2 times a day.

2. Incubator with egg turner.

The eggs are placed on a tray. It turns the eggs completely every 4 hours to eliminate manual handling.

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Plastic Water container (bottom cover) for humidity

Forced Air Incubator

Getting started with your incubator
Choosing an Incubator:
Factors to be considered when purchasing an automatic incubator:

1. Forced air fan for ventilation and temperature stabilization

2. Ventilation plugs on the cover

3. Automatic egg turner

4. Control for heat regulation (thermostat)

5. Temperature and humidity gauges (hygrometer), permanently displayed on the cover of the control panel

6. Insulated cover

7. Inside water trays

8. Eggs hatching capacity

9. Low energy consumption

10. Incubator size

11. Warranty

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Choosing an Incubator:
Fan kit pulls in fresh air to stabilize temperatures and improve hatching.

The heating elements with thermostat is much easier to operate than an incubator thermostat set with rod and heating discs.


Purchase an egg incubator with heating elements.
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Chicken incubation process
Choosing an Incubator:
An incubator is an enclosure having controlled temperature, humidity and ventilation.

Turn the button to set temperature.

The cover of the incubator is provided with an humidity and temperature gauges.


External dials (gauges) are not all reliable. Better integrate thermometer and hygrometer inside the incubator. Its display will be seen by viewing windows located on top of the incubator.
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