Story by Martin Barten, 09 December 2020 8:00 AM GMT+1
On returning to a South American hatchery, I discovered that the hatchery manager I had worked with and seen grow into his role for the past three years had left. Together, we had made changes to conditions inside the hatchery as well as to incubation programs, such that the hatchery was performing very well, with consistently high chick quality, narrow hatch windows and hatchabilities well above standard. The ‘new face’ that greeted me seemed very pleased to see me, admitting that since starting his new job, the hatchery’s management had noted a downward trend in results...
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