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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:53 am 
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Day One
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Hatch Day
http://www.popular-pics.com/pictures-se ... iesid=2595

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Thank you Sandy
I knew i had seen that in a text book (or very similar ) years ago - I think it was an embryology text book though - not a poultry book.

I have wanted those photos for quite a few years but hadn't been able to find them. Is there any text with it ??

I would mind making that into a sticky - with your permission.

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Wow they grow quick fascinating

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Make that a sticky for sure, that is awesome.

Will really help with candling.

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Those pictures are great Sandy! Very interesting!


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chookyinoz wrote:
Thank you Sandy
I knew i had seen that in a text book (or very similar ) years ago - I think it was an embryology text book though - not a poultry book.

I have wanted those photos for quite a few years but hadn't been able to find them. Is there any text with it ??

I would mind making that into a sticky - with your permission.

Mike


By all means make it a sticky here Mike
Maybe we should pop the link into the AZ In GS Forum... if you would like to do that ..

There wasn't any text that went along with it just the photos...

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Wow - fantastic photos!

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here is some txt without pictures, just some diagrams, maybe you could work a miracle with both mike?
http://www.msstate.edu/dept/poultry/avianemb.htm

http://msucares.com/pubs/publications/p1150.htm

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I have a question - since there seems to be such a short amount of time between day 19 and 20 - yet the chicken looks so undevloped still at day 19 - will the chicken survive at dy 19 or not?


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I think the chick looks un formed at day 19 because it is wet and covered by membrane. It probably wouldn't survive though if it hasn't internally pipped as it wouldn't be breathing. But that is usually a day or two before hatching. So I don't really know, but I suppose probably not or they wouldn't stay in the egg till day 20. (guessing!)

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some eggs hatch at day 19



the main thing that happens as teh chick starts to hatch is that they absorb the yolk which is the main thing that you can see
it has all its feathers

if ithatched looking like it does at day 19 in the photo there it woudl not survive

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obviously the incubation & rearing activities have gone off....the eggy photos should be stickyfied for when the egg shells get cracking again.

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