Incubation; A Guide to Hatching & Rearing - Katie Thear


To many breeders of poultry and other birds, the need to incubate eggs succesfully is vital.

Traditionally, broody hens were used but as they are not always broody when needed, artificial incubation is the answer.

This book covers the techniques and equipment needed for using small to medium sized incubators and brooders, as well as the larger systems for smallholders & more exotic species.

The material is presented in a clear, concise way, with an emphasis on practical techniques and D.I.Y. tips throughout.

It is relevant to poultry keepers, waterfowl and game breeders, and indeed to anyone with an interest in domestic and exotic species of birds.

Paperback, 96 pages.

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