College of Florida IFAS Pastry specialist Expansion Administration 4-H School Improvement Arrangement Embryology

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College of Florida IFAS Baker Extension Service 4-H School Enrichment Series Embryology An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution In understanding with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, F.S., people requiring facilities or a translator to take an interest in the procedure ought to tell the University of Florida Baker County Extension Service no later than 5 days preceding the meeting at 904-259-3520 or fax 904-259-9034.

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Chicken Embryology 4-H School Enrichment Project Renee' L. Gut University of Florida IFAS Baker Extension Service 4-H Power-point adjusted from Virginia Extension .ppt "Beginnings of Life"

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About the Project Science Based, Hands-on Correlated with National Science Standards Extension gives instructive assets to the venture Teacher Resource s with movement experts CCS Classroom Projects grades 2-5 & 6-8 4-H Embryology direct – Bob Renner The Incredible Egg 3 rd grade Ohio State Extension asset Baker County Embryology extend book, ppt and bolster WWW Sites

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http://ulisse.cas.psu.edu/4hembryo/index.html What You Need to Know to Have a Successful Project Planning and Scheduling Checklist The Chicken The Egg The Reproductive System and Fertilization Incubation Trouble Shooting Embryo Development Answers to Commonly Asked Embryology Questions

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Web website bolster http://ulisse.cas.psu.edu/4hembryo/index.html Links to other embryology destinations jpeg pictures of incipient organisms, bring forth, shell window, and so forth

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The 4-H Virtual Farm http://www.ext.vt.edu/assets/4h/virtualfarm/poultry/poultry.html and the University of Florida connection to Penn State http://www.animal.ufl.edu/

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Chicks never run home with understudies Farm home for chicks at venture close. This is not only a chick bring forth extend Actively include youth Agent Candles Eggs at mid venture Keep Records Help youth watch embryonic advancement Project Expectations

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How would I Successfully Hatch Eggs? Legitimate Preparation and Planning Quality Fertile Eggs Student Buy In Good Incubation Management Patience

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PREPARATION AND PLANNING Choosing a workable time period 25 day era Avoid occasions Electric turner to oversee reliable egg turning or plan for end of the week turning. Wednesdays more often than not a decent day to begin eggs

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INCUBATION MANAGEMENT These means gave by 4-H Agent in readiness for your effective venture Clean hatchery Setup and test hatchery a week prior to venture to start Viable, Fertile Eggs gave by Extension Service

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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Incubator area? Stay away from drafts, coordinate daylight, warm & AC outlets. Put in "wet range" to ease in dampness upkeep and tidy up from coincidental packing.

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Quality Fertile Eggs Proven Source: 4-H Poultry Club families & Livestock Extension Educator. Legitimate Collection and Storage 50-65 Degrees F. 70% Humidity 7 days Maximum Critical Storage Temp. 35-82 deg

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Preparation and Planning Inform colleagues and custodial staff to maintain a strategic distance from unintentional unplugging of gear night-time Planned Power Outages? Lower/higher school temps on ends of the week? Check with Administration Tampering ? Indoor regulator dial secured via cardboard to shield from underhandedness

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Preparation and Planning What happens to the chicks? Try not to disseminate them to understudies! Will you keep the chicks two or three days to encounter the agonizing procedure? Numerous approaches to extend the venture as Educator considers fitting.

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Chicken and Egg Basics

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Chicken Conformation

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EGG STRUCTURES

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Fertile versus Not rich GERMINAL Disk

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Hen Anatomy

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Function of Embryonic Membranes Yolk Sac Food Amnion Protection Liquid Chorion/Allantois Respiration Waste Minerals from shell

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Start Up Day Presentation by Extension Educator - 4-H Youth Development Beginning the brooding Process Key Elements for Success Special Properties of the egg Incubator Warms up During Presentation Eggs are Set Before Educator Leaves Classroom

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Candling eggs preceding hatching Good quality bring forth egg Cracked Poor quality expansive air cell dull yolk Two Yolks

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The Importance of Egg Turning If hatchery is not furnished with Electric Turner Then: Mark eggs with "X" and "O" on inverse side of eggs Turning counteracts fetus adhering to shell film During school days turn eggs 3 time for each day Turn once every day on ends of the week Stop turning on day 19

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Convenience of Electric Turner Automatic Turner does the occupation for you. No compelling reason to physically turn eggs. Check to make certain turner remains connected to. Expel Electric Egg Turner Day 18.

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Incubation Management Temperature 99.5 - 100.5 constrained Air (Dome Type) 100.5 - 101.5 Still Air (Box Type) Incubator can be Provided by Extension Service Humidity 60% Wet Bulb Thermometer 86 degrees

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Maintaining Humidity Incubator contains water dish Importance for chick wellbeing Prevent adhering to shell Keeps amnion liquid Keeps shell from solidifying, catching chick at bring forth Prevent injured chicks

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Then What? Classroom Presentation of Second 50% of the Project Around Day 14. Sharing Chicken Embryo Set Depicting Day 3 through 21 Development Candling Eggs. Contemplations for Successful Project Finish.

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Concentrate to the Finish Day 17-18 Remove Electric Turner No compelling reason to turn eggs after this Open Air Vents hindered by tape or red fittings Humidity stays much more basic. Keep water levels steady Keep Records of Hatching Statistics

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Hatching Time Hatching Begins Day 21 plus or minus 3 days Impacted by Light and Temperature May take Several Hours for Chick to Exit Shell Don't help Chicks Hatch - Struggle Necessary for Survival

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Chicks in changing phases of bring forth and drying in hatchery.

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And Then? Chicks stay in hatchery until dry and soft. May take a few hours to dry Once dry and cushy place in loner Provide chick crush and waterer (accessible at insignificant cost from any homestead supply or encourage store)

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What's A BROODER? Cardboard or plastic tub Absorbent sheet material i.e. saw tidy, corn cob pellets, Shop light hung low to warm chicks

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Safety First Check to make sure Light is Fire Safe Should not Touch Brooder Surface Marbles put in Tray of Purchased Chicken Waterer Block Chicks from Tragic demise suffocating in water

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Contact Us Today 4-H Agent will Retrieve Chicks and Transport to Farm Home. Accomplishment in Experiencing Science through this venture not Chick Count. Remember to clean your hatchery before returning

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Contact Me To Schedule Your School Enrichment Embryology Experience Renee' L. Gut Extension Faculty 4-H Baker County 1025 W Macclenny Ave Macclenny , FL 32063 904-259-3520 or by cell 904-677-6155 jrgore@ifas.ufl.edu http://baker.ifas.ufl.edu Thank you to Virginia Extension for the base ppt display for this adjusted variant to meet our neighborhood program needs and contrasts Publication BAK4H1202 Vers 1.0 04/08 Renee' L. Gut Extension Faculty Baker County

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