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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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How to collect chicken eggs for hatching:
Must put all eggs in the same time in the automatic incubator.

This will require, collect and store all eggs before filling your incubator
(depending of the capacity of the incubator).
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How to collect chicken eggs for hatching:
Some tips for storing your eggs:

1- Place your eggs on the side in stone dust or sand.
2- Storage in a dark room.
3- Humidity 80% and temperature between 55 and 60 Fahrenheit.
4- It is recommended that most eggs be stored no longer than 1 week.
5- Turn them at least twice a day.

6- Don't wash your eggs.
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How to collect chicken eggs for hatching:
Remember that the embryo dies to 28 Fahrenheit and begins to grow from 80 Fahrenheit.
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