A more sustainable future for poultry
This is a huge step forward for the industry: half of the hatching eggs in the setter can be removed after the first nine days of incubation – delivering excellent energy and space savings. Key hatchery work processes are also simplified and become more efficient, as male chicks no longer need to be removed from the hatchery at birth. Right now, supermarkets in Germany, the Netherlands, France and Swiss are selling the world’s first ‘no-kill’ eggs. We expect other countries to soon follow their lead – watch this space!