Stimulate body functions of embryos and get them used to the post-hatch environment

28-10-2002 | | |

Unborn children are often treated with sounds they may be confronted with right after birth. This treatment seems to help reduce post-natal stress and ease adaptation to the new environment. Similar effects can be seen in poultry. Environmental experiences during incubation influence the quality of the hatchlings and their performance.

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Keywords: hatchery, hatching eggs, embryo, reduce stress, incubation, research

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