Incubating Chicken Eggs: A Guide To Hatching Your Own Chickens by Deborah Zappa
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Hatching your own chicken eggs provides you with more layers or broilers or just more pet chickens. If you have a rooster and a hen, hatching chicken eggs is certainly possible. Some things in chicken egg incubation such as humidity for incubating and the humidity for hatching are critical to the success of the hatch. But it is easy when you set it up correctly and know what to watch for during incubation and hatching. This book is completely straightforward and deals only with the incubation and hatching of chicken eggs so it keeps you directly on course. It is well organized and steps you through how to set up, disinfect and where to place your incubator. Once your chicks are hatched, you get detailed information on how to set up, manage and maintain your brooder. No step is left out. With this book, hatching chickens is easy and fun. If you have children, they will marvel at the miracle of life as each tiny chick cracks through the egg shell and makes his first peep.
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