Effects of storage length and weight loss during incubation on the hatchability of ostrich eggs (Struthio camuelus).

  • K H Nahm
  • Published 2001 in Poultry science
A total of 150 ostrich eggs was collected from two commercial ostrich farms. The eggs were brushed to remove soil and placed into one storage area (15.51 to 15.56 C without controlling humidity) for different periods of time (up to 19 d) before being incubated. After storage, the eggs were kept for 12 h at room temperature, and then washed, disinfected, and… CONTINUE READING