Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference The Fifth Technological Order: Prospects for the Development and Modernization of the Russian Agro-Industrial Sector (TFTS 2019)

Method of Increasing Bird Adaptation in the Early Stages of Embryogenesis

Authors
Tatyana Kolokolnikova, Andrei Dymkov, Sergey Borisenko, Alexey Kavtarashvili
Corresponding Author
Tatyana Kolokolnikova
Available Online 29 January 2020.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200113.211How to use a DOI?
Keywords
stress, adaptation, claw trimming, egg cooling, incubation, hatchability rate, poultry production performance
Abstract
The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4%) and egg yield (by 1.5-4.3The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4%) and egg yield (by 1.5-4.3% for the initial laying hen), which in turn increases the profitability of broiler meat production by 4.1The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4%) and egg yield (by 1.5-4.3% for the initial laying hen), which in turn increases the profitability of broiler meat production by 4.1% and 7.7The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4%) and egg yield (by 1.5-4.3% for the initial laying hen), which in turn increases the profitability of broiler meat production by 4.1% and 7.7%, and table eggs by 2.6-3.4The article is devoted to the study of birds’ adaptation in the early development stages through the stress factor impact. To carry out the adaptation, eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses were cooled down to the chosen temperature at certain incubation periods. The developed egg cooling scheme of meat and egg-laying crosses during the incubation period allowed us to increase the hatchability rate by reducing the amount of incubation waste – the blood rings, dormant embryos (7.5-18.5 days) and dead-in-shell chicks. This scheme application has a positive effect on poultry growth, it allows to increase meat yield (by 3.2-3.4%) and egg yield (by 1.5-4.3% for the initial laying hen), which in turn increases the profitability of broiler meat production by 4.1% and 7.7%, and table eggs by 2.6-3.4%, and also confirms the birds’ adaptation to subsequent stresses during the incubation period. According to the research results, patent No. 2613282 “A method for incubating chicken eggs of meat and egg-laying crosses” was obtained. This method is recommended for implementation in production of poultry farms.
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TY  - CONF
AU  - Tatyana Kolokolnikova
AU  - Andrei Dymkov
AU  - Sergey Borisenko
AU  - Alexey Kavtarashvili
PY  - 2020
DA  - 2020/01/29
TI  - Method of Increasing Bird Adaptation in the Early Stages of Embryogenesis
BT  - International Scientific Conference The Fifth Technological Order: Prospects for the Development and Modernization of the Russian Agro-Industrial Sector (TFTS 2019)
PB  - Atlantis Press
SP  - 399
EP  - 402
SN  - 2352-5398
UR  - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200113.211
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