If you have ever hatched eggs, you will know this is a long but productive and interesting process. I don’t know how to express that sense of achievement when you see a healthy chick breaking the shell out.
Actually, there are two ways to hatch eggs. One is the most normal way that let the hen hatches out the baby naturally. And the other way is to use an egg incubator tray. Once you make up your mind to use a chicken egg incubator, you should be mentally prepared.
Do you know what to do next after you own the machine? Firstly, it’s better for you to take a deep examination to check each part of your incubator, such as the temperature regulator, heating appliance, electromotor and etc. And most important, you have to disinfect the incubator to prevent them from potential disease.
Next, make sure you have got fresh eggs from regular market or what you done is just wasting your time. Fresh farm eggs can be your first choice. In addition, you had better to pay more attention to the transportation. Generally speaking, only 50% chance that eggs transported can be hatched successfully, or they can up to 80%.
Incubator is a box and you need to manipulate its temperature, humidity and ventilation condition correctly. Regular check from time to time is also essential. When you are going to turn over them, the action must be careful and gentle to avoid shaking and destroying. Please keep in mind they are actually delicate. Of course, the market sell this type of automatic incubator which can rotate up to 360°in a durable higher hatching rate. It actually does a lot help.
Hatching eggs is a lengthy process, training you patience and carefulness. No pain, no gain. All the efforts will be worthy finally.