The importance of air velocity in incubation

31-03-2001 | | |

Embryos are quite able to withstand sub-optimal incubation conditions, but when high eggshell temperatures are being measured, hatchability will be decreased. Research has shown that air velocity is crucial in controlling the temperature of the embryos to acceptable levels.

This article can also be found at World Poultry Volume 17 number 3. To view the article online simply click on the link below.

Keywords: hatchery, incubators, ventilation, temperature, climate


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