Do you have a Rooster living with Hens? If so, chances are, yes, the eggs will be fertile. If the hen is brooding, meaning she is sitting on top of the egg to keep it warm, then it's probably fertile, if not, then it's not fertile. In any case should you have a rooster and a hen together, and the hen lays an egg, and it doesn't brood, then you should keep the egg warm. I think to check just hold the egg up to a light lol.
1. The male bird, for example a cock has to mate with a fertile female bird, for example a hen. 2. The sperms of the cock fertilize the egg. Note: There is no requirement for there to be a male for a female hen to lay eggs. There does need to be a male if the egg is to be fertile. 3. The egg grows within the hen. 4. The shell forms over the egg. 5. The hen then sits to lay the egg. 6. The egg comes out of the hens vagina. 7. You get to the hens hideout and hold the warm egg. You got the egg! That is 7 steps. You can further elaborate them to get more steps.
Well depends what you mean. If you mean how do I know if its fertile or not or if you know its fertile and is the chick alive in the egg. Desiding on it being fertile or not can be done in 2 way. Either know if the egg has been in a male and female (guess if it is fertile). The most accurate way to due it is to incubate the egg. After 7 days you should candle the egg (a candle is like a flashlight made to see inside the egg) and see if you find veins. If you know its fertile incubate for a few days and then candle.
you really cant.. DONT TOUCH THEM. just leave them alone. the mother hen knows if there fertile or not. if there not fertile she'll push them to the side, if they are fertile she will sit on them. but sometimes a pushed aside egg is fertile and also it is always warm as the person said above DON'T TOUCH THEM!!
By observing the flock, yes. If the rooster is active and the hen is within breeding age then you can generally be sure the eggs produced are fertile. Incubated eggs can be candled after three days to look for activity inside the shell. Cursory inspection of an egg will not allow you to differentiate between a fertile egg and a non fertile egg.
As I'm not an expert but have had many parakeets. If the hen or female broke the shell that is fertile she may be helping the chick to break free. If she did this to an egg that is not fertile, she may have sensed this & wanted to eat the shell & contents. Both are very nutritious providing the hen with much needed calcium. In the wild they may do this to keep predators from going after an egg that's not fertile or even an embryo born dead.
Well, firstly you need a cockerel if you see him mate with the hen separate that hen and put it in a separate area any eggs that that that chicken layers in 1 week (5-8 days) after having mated should be fertile. when an egg is fertile it is not guaranteed to hatch from experience with 6 fertile eggs you usually get 4-6 hatch but there is no certain way of telling if chick is present in a egg before it hatches. all you can do is put the eggs under the hen (more chance of hatching) or put them in a incubater for 3 weeks and hope for the best p.s: if you want to hatch, buy eggs of ebay or enternet as they have a higher chance of being fertile. Happy hatching ;)
An egg that has not been fertilized by the rooster's sperm is called an infertile egg. a hen will lay infertile eggs without the assistance of a rooster. Commercial egg layers have never and will never know what a rooster looks like, but they will produce an infertile egg 6 days out of a 7 day week.
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