Air quality in hatchery

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    How important is the air quality inside of the hatchery?

    Luc Ledoux

    Air quality is VERY important in the hatchery and air FLOW even more. The “dirty zone” (where chicks are) should have a negative pressure compared to the “clean zone” (where eggs are) to prevent microbes (and esp. spores of Aspergillus) to cause cross-contamination. Hence regular airplating is paramount. And often, fogging (aeral disinfection) can be of big help to reduce air contamination.

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