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Increasing hatchability of eggs

Ptitsevodstvo (7): 33-35

Increasing hatchability of eggs

Eggs of the Hybro-6 cross were grouped according to weight (66-73, 58-65 and 50-57 g) and set in the incubator at 22.00, 00.00 and 02.00 h resp.

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