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Sexing | Hatchery Management

For obvious reasons, sexing is mandatory to determine the desired sex from a specific flock. Depending on the genetics, this can be done via feather, vent or colour sexing. If personnel are adequately trained, this phase can also serve as the second chick grading station.
For obvious reasons, sexing is mandatory to determine the desired sex from a specific flock. Depending on the genetics, this can be done via feather, vent or colour sexing. If personnel are adequately trained, this phase can also serve as the second chick grading station.


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