China Cheap price Large and medium-sized automatic incubator MS-5000 for Malawi Importers

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Egg Capacity: Chicken egg 4928, Duck’s egg 3528, Goose’s egg 1792,Wild goose egg 1792,Dove egg 6272,Quail egg 12376 Temperature control accuracy :± 0.1°C Moisture control accuracy:± 1%RH Voltage: AC 220V/50HZ Power(W): 1300W Size:165*80*210(cm)


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China Cheap price Large and medium-sized automatic incubator MS-5000 for Malawi Importers Detail:

Egg Capacity: Chicken egg 4928, Duck’s egg 3528, Goose’s egg 1792,Wild goose egg 1792,Dove egg 6272,Quail egg 12376

Temperature control accuracy :± 0.1°C

Moisture control accuracy:± 1%RH

Voltage: AC 220V/50HZ

Power(W): 1300W

Size:165*80*210(cm)


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    How to Breed Quail
    00:00:27 Part 1 Preparing to Breed Quail
    00:00:34 1 – Decide whether you will be able to breed quail
    00:01:18 2 – Make sure you have enough space to breed quail
    00:01:59 3 – Place the cage in an undisturbed room
    00:02:28 4 – Consider hanging lights above the cage
    00:02:53 5 – Provide hay/straw for your quails
    00:03:53 6 – Decide if you want to let your quails hatch out the eggs or if you want to incubate the eggs yourself
    00:04:21 Part 2 Keeping Breeding Quail
    00:04:28 1 – Choose healthy quails to breed
    00:05:09 2 – Make sure the quails are at least six weeks old
    00:05:28 3 – Keep one male with every two to five females
    00:06:02 4 – Feed your breeding quails a high quality feed
    00:06:21 5 – Leave the quails undisturbed
    00:06:40 Part 3 Hatching Chicks
    00:06:46 1 – Leave your quails to hatch out the eggs
    00:07:20 2 – Check on your quails more often after the 17th day of sitting
    00:07:38 3 – Separate the quail hen and her chicks from the flock
    00:08:23 4 – Observe the parents
    00:08:54 5 – Purchase chick starter for your chicks
    00:09:28 6 – Provide water for your chicks at all times
    00:10:07 7 – Sex your chicks at six weeks old
    00:11:45 8 – Separate the chicks after 6 weeks
    00:12:35 Part 4 Incubating Chicks
    00:12:42 1 – Purchase a good incubator
    00:13:03 2 – Choose the eggs you wish to incubate
    00:13:33 3 – Set up your incubator
    00:13:51 4 – Place the eggs in the incubator three days after they have been laid
    00:14:02 5 – Turn the eggs
    00:14:20 6 – Start checking on the eggs three days before they are due to hatch
    00:14:50 7 – Move the chicks to a brooder
    00:15:24 8 – Check on your chicks at least three times a day
    00:16:01 9 – Move your quail chicks to a proper cage at 4-6 weeks of age
    00:16:41 Tips
    00:18:41 Things

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