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  • Uploaded on\n\nHow To Make An Incubator, Chicken Egg Incubators, Incubators For Hatching Eggs, Hatching Goose Eggs.\n\nIncubation hatching: keeping your brood healthy during the incubation\n\nOne thing that you really need to be careful of when engaged in incubation hatching is temperatures, which should neither be allowed to climb more than a degree above the recommended incubation temperature for your incubator, nor allowed to fall more than a degree or so below it. \n\nIn either case, the alteration in development time negatively impacts the brood, with greater or lesser fatalities depending upon the temperature difference that they suffer from. Maintaining the temperature inside your incubator carefully can go a long way towards preventing serious mishaps of this nature, and can contribute to ensuring that your poultry keeping efforts are a complete success.\n\nAn incubator that does not use the forced air approach requires even more care in maintaining the temperature, because layers of air form in such an incubator, and these layers are all at different temperatures. \n\nRemember when checking the temperature, that you’re not checking to see what the temperature within the incubator is, but instead, checking to see what temperature the eggs are at. \n\nTo this end, you need to place the thermometer so that its bulb is exactly on a level with the uppermost portion of the egg shells. This is if you’ve placed the eggs so that they’re lying on their sides. \n\nIf you’ve placed them vertically, then you need to take a measurement from a point that’s about half an inch below the uppermost section of the egg. As a matter of fact, the position that I’ve mentioned is actually the position of the embryo within the egg shell, so what you’re actually doing is measuring the temperature that they developing embryos experience. \n\nYou need to be very careful to measure only the air near the eggs – you must not, under any conditions, touch the side of the eggs (or even worse, the incubator itself) with the thermometer, or your readings will be off.\n\nRemember that you need to be very careful with your readings to be successful at incubation hatching. The temperature cannot be off by even a single degree above or below the recommended standard, or you may have serious problems with the eggs that you’re hatching, and might even lose the brood. \n\nAbove all, be careful that the thermometer you’re using is accurate, by checking its readings against readings from other thermometers. Also, ensure that your thermometer is not damaged in any way, or readings might, once again, be inaccurate. \n\nI cannot stress enough how important it is to ensure accurate temperatures when incubation hatching – this is perhaps the most important lesson of all.\n\nHave you been looking for an inexpensive way to build a high quality egg incubator that\'s guaranteed to yield a high hatching rate?\nClick Here:

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incubation hatching keeping your brood healthy

Incubation Hatching: Keeping Your

Brood Healthy During The Incubation

one thing that you really need to be careful

One Thing That You Really Need To Be Careful Of When

Engaged In Incubation Hatching Is Temperatures, Which

Should Neither Be Allowed To Climb More Than A Degree

Above The Recommended Incubation Temperature For Your

Incubator, Nor Allowed To Fall More Than A Degree Or So

Below It.

In Either Case, The Alteration In Development Time

Negatively Impacts The Brood, With Greater Or Lesser

Fatalities Depending Upon The Temperature Difference That

They Suffer From. Maintaining The Temperature Inside

Your Incubator Carefully Can Go A Long Way Towards

Preventing Serious Mishaps Of This Nature, And Can

Contribute To Ensuring That Your Poultry Keeping Efforts

Are A Complete Success.

An Incubator That Does Not Use The Forced Air Approach

Requires Even More Care In Maintaining The Temperature,

Because Layers Of Air Form In Such An Incubator, And

These Layers Are All At Different Temperatures.

Remember When Checking The Temperature, That You’re

Not Checking To See What The Temperature Within The

Incubator Is, But Instead, Checking To See What

Temperature The Eggs Are At.

to this end you need to place the thermometer

To This End, You Need To Place The Thermometer So That

Its Bulb Is Exactly On A Level With The Uppermost Portion

Of The Egg Shells. This Is If You’ve Placed The Eggs So

That They’re Lying On Their Sides.

If You’ve Placed Them Vertically, Then You Need To Take

A Measurement From A Point That’s About Half An Inch

Below The Uppermost Section Of The Egg. As A Matter Of

Fact, The Position That I’ve Mentioned Is Actually The

Position Of The Embryo Within The Egg Shell, So What

You’re Actually Doing Is Measuring The Temperature That

They Developing Embryos Experience.

You Need To Be Very Careful To Measure Only The Air

Near The Eggs – You Must Not, Under Any Conditions,

Touch The Side Of The Eggs (Or Even Worse, The

Incubator Itself) With The Thermometer, Or Your Readings

Will Be Off.

Remember That You Need To Be Very Careful With Your

Readings To Be Successful At Incubation Hatching. The

Temperature Cannot Be Off By Even A Single Degree

Above Or Below The Recommended Standard, Or You May

Have Serious Problems With The Eggs That You’re

Hatching, And Might Even Lose The Brood.

above all be careful that the thermometer

Above All, Be Careful That The Thermometer You’re Using

Is Accurate, By Checking Its Readings Against Readings

From Other Thermometers. Also, Ensure That Your

Thermometer Is Not Damaged In Any Way, Or Readings

Might, Once Again, Be Inaccurate.

I Cannot Stress Enough How Important It Is To Ensure

Accurate Temperatures When Incubation Hatching – This Is

Perhaps The Most Important Lesson Of All.

Have You Been Looking For An Inexpensive Way To

Build A High Quality Egg Incubator That's

Guaranteed To Yield A High Hatching Rate?

Click Here