Good hatchability and optimal chick quality is the result of a sound basic knowledge of climate control techniques, and most of all: the biology of the avian embryo. Incubators are high-tech equipment, but the results depend highly on a well-trained team.
Discussing his new book "Hatchery Signals" Dr. Sander Lourens will discuss aspects of the incubation process based on the look-think-act approach. He explains how highly visualized, practical tools and insights can further improve and optimize hatch results, chick quality, and offspring performance in a commercial hatchery environment.
Register for a chance to win a copy of Dr. Lourens's book.
With simultaneous interpretation in Spanish.
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