Incubation is the place where the eggs taken from the breeder are kept for 21 days and the chicks hatch. It consists of incubators, incubators, ventilation systems and siding. Incubation consists of two parts, 18 days development part, 3 days hatching part. The dimensions of the hatchery vary according to the hatching capacity. Eggs produced and stored in egg coops are collected by special transport vehicles and brought to the egg storage of the hatching facility. Eggs that have been checked and selected are stored in sections where appropriate temperature and humidity conditions are provided. Eggs prepared for printing according to flock age, egg age and machine order are placed in “development machines”, where they will spend 18 days of development after the necessary disinfection processes. The eggs, which complete their 18-day development in suitable heat, humidity and rotation conditions in these machines, are transferred to the “hatchers” from there. These eggs are then put into the “hatchers” where they will spend the last three days of hatching. Here, the chicks that have completely hatched, dried and adapted to the external environment are removed from the machines. At the end of the 21-day development and hatching period, the chicks are separated into male and female if desired by looking at their wing feathers and are subject to selection. At the end of this selection, first quality chicks are separated, counted in machines and boxed. Boxed chicks taken to the “chick room” are shipped to broiler farms by hatching chick transport vehicles.

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