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The knowledge of the HatchTech Research Team is the key to constantly improve hatchability, chick quality, and subsequent performance. 

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Access to water and feed in the hatcher increases chick heat production

Scientific | Abstract | Hatching | Post-hatch | Chick quality | Hatching conditions | Early feeding | Hatch window

Heat production of chicks with and without access to feed and water during the hatchwindow

Abstract | Hatching | Post-hatch | Chick quality | Hatching conditions | Hatch window

Incubation lighting schedules and their interaction with matched or mismatched post hatch lighting schedules: effects on broiler bone development and leg health at slaughter age

Abstract | Setting | Post-hatch | Embryo development | Chick quality | Embryo physiology | Bone development | Brooding conditions

Bringing eggs and bones to light. Affecting leg bone development in broiler chickens through perinatal lighting schedules

Summary PhD | Setting | Post-hatch | Embryo development | Embryo physiology | Bone development | Brooding conditions

Floor Eggs are not Hatching Eggs

Technical | Pre-incubation | Setting | Hatching | Post-hatch | Hatchability | Chick quality | Sanitation


Maintain superior chick quality after incubation

Technical | Post-hatch | Chick quality | Early feeding | Dehydration

HatchBrood: Towards an Antibiotic Free Poultry Industry

Technical | Post-hatch | Chick quality | Antibiotics

Cold Brooding Conditions Result in Decreased Development

Technical | Post-hatch | Chick quality | Brooding conditions

Good Start from Early Post Hatch Feed

Technical | Post-hatch | Early feeding


Posthatch: Prevent Dehydration by Body Temperature Control

Technical | Post-hatch | Early feeding | Dehydration