Bree­ding of poul­try with the JAEGER Kunst­glu­cke Incubator

Hühner mit Küken
  • With hen eggs, for example, the humi­dity should be about 50% to 60% bet­ween the 1st and 17th day.
  • If the eggs do not eva­po­rate by them­sel­ves (e.g. if the incu­ba­tor is not fully char­ged), you can gra­du­ally fill the water chan­nels with the wet brood and incre­ase the humi­dity in the incubator
  • From the 18th day, the humi­dity should be incre­a­sed to 70% to 80%.
  • If necessary, spray the eggs with water at about 45°C

FOR A SUCCESSFUL BREEDING WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT AND METHODS:

  • Please use incu­ba­tors filled with sub­strate to pro­tect JAEGER KUNSTGLUCKE so that it can ful­fill its tasks as long as possible
  • You will find sui­ta­ble incu­ba­tor con­tai­ners with and without fil­ling in our Online-Shop
  • The sub­strate should be as ste­rile as pos­si­ble, moder­ately moist and air-permeable
  • For this pur­pose, peat-sand-mix­tures, peat moss, moist foams or the gra­nu­la­tes ” Ver­mi­cu­lite ” or ” Per­lite ” pre­fer­red by JAEGER BRUTTECHNIK are used.
  • In order to check the stage of deve­lo­p­ment of the eggs, a scree­ning (trans­pa­rent) with a spe­cial lamp is recommended.