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Incubation and Embryology Video Series

Learn about incubating eggs in this nine-part series called “Incubation and Embryology Online” hosted by Maggie Smith, 4-H Animal Science Program Manager at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County in Middletown, NY. 

Part One

The first lesson is an Introduction to Incubation and Embryology for Chickens and Ducks. 

Part Two

The second lesson is about the parts of an egg and what they do for the developing baby chicks and ducklings. 

Part Three

The third lesson is on candling our eggs

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Part Four-Science Experiments with Eggs

Part Five-Lesson 5: Getting our Brooder Boxes Ready

This is the fifth video of a 9-part series called “Incubation and Embryology Online” hosted by Maggie Smith, 4-H Animal Science Program Manager at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County in Middletown, NY. The fifth lesson is about getting brooder boxes ready!

Part Six- Watching our Chicken Eggs Hatch!

Part Seven - Play Date & Chick Facts!

Part Eight - Watching a Duck Hatch!

Part Nine - Wrap Up & New Series Announcement!

Contact

Linda Tripp
Issue Leader, 4-H Youth Development
lke2@cornell.edu
(518) 828-3346 ext. 210

Last updated May 19, 2020