Dutch hatchery adopts in-ovo sexing technology

eggs in hatchery

A DUTCH HATCHERY has adopted two technologies that sex the embryos of eggs before hatching, in a move to end male chick culling.

It is the first business in the Netherlands to do so, as pressure mounts across Western Europe to end the practice of culling day-old male chicks.

The Ter Heerdt ha...

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