Hatchability, chick quality and post-hatch performance
improve substantially when bio-response parameters are actively controlled
during incubation. One can adapt the incubation environment to the embryo's
specific needs through continuously monitoring the behaviour of an embryo.
Researching optimum incubation profiles have led to striking
Keywords: Hatchery, bio-response, incubation, CO2 control
Source: World Poultry magazine. Issue 23.1