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Bird Breeding: All about incubating eggs and raising chicks

Breeding / Breeders Resources 
Listing of Breeders (By Species or Location)

Hatchling and Hatching Eggs

Octagon 20 Advance

Setting Birds Up for Breeding ... Housing Birds

 
 

Incubation / Egg Laying

An egg can be fertilized 24 hours before actual egg laying. Eggs remain viable for 10 days after they have been laid before losing viability. It is best to start incubating eggs as close to laying as possible.

Below are some relevant web resources:

Developments inside the egg

 
 

Misshapen Chicken EggTaking Care of Chicks:

 
 

ChickChick / Handfeeding Problems

Bird Nursery - Information about:

  • Gas-filled Crop (Candida)
  • Hydration Therapy for Chicks
  • Punctured Crop or Esophagus
  • Splay-legged Chicks
 
 

Reproductive Dysfunctions / Breeding-related Challenges:

Provides Info on Breeding, Mutations, Genetics and Bird-specific Breeding Requirements / Procedures and Challenges, Mate Aggression; Unsuccessful Breeding (Infertility, dead-in-shells, etc.)

 
 

Aviary Management:

Breeding Loan Agreements ... Record Keeping ... Bird Identification ... Closed Aviary Concept ... Pharmaceutical Supplies



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