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Want to incubate eggs without its shell? LOOK HERE ( RESEARCH PAPERS INCLUDED)

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A Japanese school has succeeded in hatching eggs outside its shell! Thought I'd share with you guys. The video is in japanese but the research papers is in English. Hope this helps for peeps interested in doing this!

 

 

VIDEO IN JAPANESE BUT WORTH A WATCH!

 

 

 

Research paper(that includes how to do it!):

 

https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jpsa/51/3/51_0130043/_pdf

 

Other research papers here

 

https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jpsa/51/3/51_0130043/_article/references

 

You'll need chemicals like calcium lactate and diluted Benzalkonium chloride for this.

 

 

Things needed-

 

-Calcium lactate powder(of sorts)

 

-Sterilised water

 

-diluted Benzalkonium chloride (disinfectant! Keeps the whole thing clean!)

 

-Cup wth a cover

 

-Cling film

 

-Cotton

 

-Tube to channel oxygen with

 

I hope this helps enthusiasts wishing to hatch eggs in a novel way!


Edited by Pontata - 5/27/16 at 6:58pm
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It sounds pretty complex, but I kind of want to try this one day myself with some over the counter pharmacetical supplies :D

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:thumbsupinteresting.

I have Bantam welsummers,   Bantam Olive eggers, MGB, LF Welsummers, BCM, BLRW, LF Buff and Golden Laced polish x Tolbunt, LF Sumatras, Bantam Sumatras, d'anvers, CCL, Bantam wyndottes   and bunch of free range birds

 

 
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I have Bantam welsummers,   Bantam Olive eggers, MGB, LF Welsummers, BCM, BLRW, LF Buff and Golden Laced polish x Tolbunt, LF Sumatras, Bantam Sumatras, d'anvers, CCL, Bantam wyndottes   and bunch of free range birds

 

 
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Thanks :D I've seen some threads wanting to do this but all ended up failing. It's awesome to find examples that work!

 

Also found out what Benzalkonium chloride does. It's a disinfectant. I wonder if this is replacceable with diluted hand sanitizers?

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