IMPROVEMENT IN PRODUCTIVITY OF INCUBATION OF THERMAL HANDLING OF EGGS OF DISTINCT LIGHT MATRIX WEIGHTS

Authors

  • Jorge Ikefuti Filho São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Agricultural and Technological Sciences, Dracena/SP
  • Érik dos Santos Harada São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Agricultural and Technological Sciences, Dracena/SP
  • Leda Gobbo de Freitas Bueno 1São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Agricultural and Technological Sciences, Dracena/SP https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8188-0000
  • Douglas D’Alessandro Salgado São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tupã/SP Brazil https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5595-4640
  • Danilo Florentino Pereira São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tupã/SP Brazil https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4602-8837
  • Mario Mollo Neto Paulista State University (UNESP), Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tupã https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8341-4190
  • Silvia Regina Lucas de Souza São Paulo State University (UNESP), Faculty of Agriculture Science, Botucatu/SP Brazil https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9575-4355

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss4.2272

Keywords:

epigenetics, thermal stress, animal welfare, posture

Abstract

The objective of the experiment was to evaluate the influence of thermal manipulation on the improvement of hatching eggs of different weights of light matrices in the last embryonic stage. The experiment was carried out in a commercial hatchery of light laying hens, located in Birigui - SP, Brazil. 1950 light-colored eggs of the Dekalb White commercial strain were used. The eggs were classified among different sizes and n in incubation trays. In the period from 19 to 21 days, two incubator machines were used, where the first machine maintained the temperature and humidity values of the hatchery's standard air (37.0 ° C and 60% RH) and in the second machine the temperature was adjusted to 37.7 ° C with 60% RH. The treatments differed according to the residence time in the second machine, and egg weight (G and M) controls T1 (0h-G) and T6(0h-M), 1 hour T2(1h-G) and T7(1h-M), 3 hours T3(3h-G) and T8(3h-M), 6 hours T4(6h-G) and T9(6h-M) 9 hours T5(9h-G) and T10 (9h-M). The design was completely randomized, in a 2X5 factorial scheme. Regarding thermal stimulation, the best results were observed in the 1h-G treatment. However, in the productive life of these birds, the thermal stimulation showed no influence. Concluded that for large eggs (G), the residence time of 1 hour (T2), obtained a better index of commercially viable females and lower rates of late-stage embryo mortality and shelter.

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Mario Mollo Neto, Paulista State University (UNESP), Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tupã

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Published

01-04-2020

How to Cite

Ikefuti Filho, J., dos Santos Harada, Érik, Gobbo de Freitas Bueno, L. ., D’Alessandro Salgado, D. ., Florentino Pereira, D., Mollo Neto, M., & Regina Lucas de Souza, S. (2020). IMPROVEMENT IN PRODUCTIVITY OF INCUBATION OF THERMAL HANDLING OF EGGS OF DISTINCT LIGHT MATRIX WEIGHTS. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(4), 134–148. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss4.2272

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