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Using nature as a reference: restoring the viability to that of fresh eggs

The diminishing hatchability of eggs that goes hand in hand with increasing egg age has always been a nuisance to hatchery managers and production planners alike. However, in nature the mother hen can lay a clutch of up to fifteen eggs across fifteen days and yet still hatch every egg within a forty-eight hour window at the completion of incubation, producing a brood of beautifully finished chickens. How is this possible?

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