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How to hatch chicken eggs in an automatic incubator

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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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Hatching Eggs - Step by step Guide
The Artificial incubation of chicken eggs in automatic incubator ensures the success of brooding and allows to watch the eggs hatch.

With proper cheap equipment, the method is quite simple.

This guide presents the basic procedures in pictures for a successful brood.

From a chicken egg to a live baby chick. At home, in city or in country!
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Broody Chicken to hatch
Natural Brooding or Artificial Incubation
Caring for broody hens
Natural brooding of chickens:
In a chicken coop:

Broody hen lays an egg a day.
It begins the brooding when it has 10 eggs under her.
It incubates the eggs for 21 days.
Eggs hatch almost at the same time.
Eggs in the nest during brooding - Coop nest box - Moving the broody
Eggs laid in the nest - Collect eggs from a chicken coop
Circulated air Incubator vs. Broody hen
Tips for hatching chicks naturally
Natural brooding of chickens:
To lay fertilized eggs a hen:

Need a rooster in the hen house for breeding.
Being young, well-fed and healthy.

Even during brood hen can leave the nest to feed, leaving the temperature of the eggs drop.
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