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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by java girl 2, Nov 29, 2011.
becuces I need to make some and I need ides for them, can you help ??!!
ill find one for u
THANK YOU !!!
i cant find a breeding chart lol
Quote:thats ok I'm sure someone will find it for me
Quote:Here is one the is in my sticky here on go to
Breeds, Genetics, & Showing -- Notable Reference & Breed Thread Discussions -- Various Diagrams on parts of a Chicken
16 hours - First sign of resemblance to a chick embryo
18 hours - Appearance of alimentary tract
20 hours - Appearance of vertebral column
21 hours - Beginning of formation of nervous system
22 hours - Beginning of formation of head
23 hours - Appearance of blood islands - vitelline circulation
24 hours - Beginning of formation of eye
23 hours - Beginning of formation of heart
35 hours - Beginning of formation of ear
42 hours - Heart begins to beat
50 hours - Beginning of formation of amnion
60 hours - Beginning of formation of nose
62 hours - Beginning of formation of legs
64 hours - Beginning of formation of wings
70 hours - Beginning of formation of allantois
Beginning of formation of tongue
Beginning of formation of reproductive organs and differentiation of sex
Beginning of formation of beak and eggtooth
Beginning of formation of feathers
Beginning of hardening of beak
Appearance of scales and claws
Embryo turns its head toward the blunt end of egg
Scales, claws, and beak becoming firm and horny
Beak turns toward air cell
Yolk sac begins to enter body cavity
Yolk sac completely drawn into body cavity; embryo occupies practically all the space within the egg except the air cell
Hatching of chick
What type of breeding chart are you looking for?
I'm looking for like a hatching/breeding recordkeeping sheets. you know like cock: hen: band color or# how many eggs set. I'm not sure what I need yet.I need to be able to keep track of my breeding birds so I can know who is has what chicks. so I can see who the cock and hen is to keep track of what the chicks thro out and see if they are keepers or culls. I hope this is helpfle for you!
Quote:It is much easier in my opinion to make you one in excell, you can update based on teh number of eggs set, number hatched by sex, and keep and cull records for each mating. that way you know where your good birds came from as well as how many it took to get them. Some matings will result in better numbers of one sex or the other, its a great tracking tool when built the way you like to use it, rather than just an off the shelf solution that doesn't take other things you want to know into account.
The other advantage is that you can insert a photo of teh breeder birds with the information and ability to track progress over generations.