Rcom incubator, hatcher and ICU brooder official authorized North America sales & service

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Rcom suggested selection of eggs for egg incubating and

hatching

A researcher friend of Rcom incubators recommends consuming

only eggs laid by free range hens. The hens should eat a variety of

foods and insects, especially grass, and get ample exposure to sun

and fresh air.

They should have ample opportunity for exercise and should be raised with roosters. Select eggs that are from healthy hens. Use eggs within a week after they are laid. The fresher, the better. Use eggs that have had minimal exposure to the sun. Use eggs that have been stored at about 10~16°C of temperature, and in an environment of 75% humidity. Avoid dirty and malformed eggs. Not all eggs are fertile. Chickens can lay eggs without a rooster and such eggs are typically sold at grocery stores. These eggs cannot hatch. The best fertilized eggs are laid by free range hens that are raised with roosters. Avoid hatching cracked eggs since that would invite bacteria. If you have a cracked egg that you want to try to hatch, first clean it with cotton damped in alcohol. Dry the egg. Then apply an adhesive tape just on the broken shell area and place the egg in the incubator.
   
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Rcom suggested selection of eggs

for egg incubating and hatching

A researcher

friend of Rcom

incubators

recommends

consuming

only eggs laid

by free range

hens. The hens

should eat a

variety of foods and

insects, especially grass, and get

ample exposure to sun and fresh air.

They should have ample opportunity for exercise and should be raised with roosters. Select eggs that are from healthy hens. Use eggs within a week after they are laid. The fresher, the better. Use eggs that have had minimal exposure to the sun. Use eggs that have been stored at about 10~16°C of temperature, and in an environment of 75% humidity. Avoid dirty and malformed eggs. Not all eggs are fertile. Chickens can lay eggs without a rooster and such eggs are typically sold at grocery stores. These eggs cannot hatch. The best fertilized eggs are laid by free range hens that are raised with roosters. Avoid hatching cracked eggs since that would invite bacteria. If you have a cracked egg that you want to try to hatch, first clean it with cotton damped in alcohol. Dry the egg. Then apply an adhesive tape just on the broken shell area and place the egg in the incubator.
   
Current Visitors:
rcom-mini-incubator Rcom egg incubator, Rcom hatcher and Rcom brooder for birds, reptiles & pets or puppies Rcom ICU brooder

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