Why do chicks die in the egg?
Many reasons. Usually it has a lot to do with incorrect temperature and humidity.
Nothing really bad will happen unless you let the baby chicks grow. This is because lets say that the egg was token for cooking use, when a person cracks the egg open they will just simply find to yokes in it. But if the egg is left for a baby chick to hatch, there won't be enough space in the egg shell to hold both baby chicks. So in that case one or possibly both…
Chicks can hatch from any egg, conventional or organic, if the egg has been fertilized by a rooster mating with the hen that laid the egg. Most eggs sold in retail stores are from flocks that include only hens and no roosters, so if you do not know where an individual egg came from, the chances are great that that egg will be infertile and not hatch.
The reason for that is because the egg of a bird is mainly made up of yolk. Yolk is what feeds and provides the still developing chick with food and other nutrients essential for survival until they hatch, therefore, since most of the egg is yolk, then the chicks that hatch are of reasonably small size compared to the egg they hatched from.
Don't feed them cooked egg as this will encourage chicks to eat their eggs when they grow up. Alternatives are rice and sweet corn which provide the chicks with natural, healthy sugars. Peas and broccoli can be given, but wait till they are about a month old. Make sure no chocolate or sugary sweets get into the chicks diet as this can give them heavy indigestion and makes them ill.
No. All fetuses start off as a cell which is called an egg. But human babies are not inside an egg like baby chickens are when chicks are born. Human babies do not need a shell, because the mommy's belly gives the fetus protection for the entire time. Chicks must grow inside the egg shell but outside of their mommy's belly.
The male peacock will mount the hea and deposit semen in the cloaca. The sperm then will fertilize the'germ cell' on the egg. once the egg is mature and fully formed the hen will lay the egg in a nest and then sit on the eggs. If all goes well in 28 days the chicks hatch from the eggs and the hen cares for the chicks.