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The development of the incubation industry has been sweeping throughout the years.
Since the time of incubation naturally by mother bird to fully automatic incubators in recent years.
The industry has seen the progress of 3,000 years ago, so today we can say that there is a fully automatic incubator. With the understanding of the incubation process and the use of advanced equipment, we now see incubation of several thousand.
In this article, the history of the chicory industry has been written, inviting you to continue to read and understand the history of this overwhelming industry.
Ancient times and ancient incense
About 3,000 years ago in ancient Egypt, flourished in large buildings made of buckthorn and flowering incense. In these buildings, in different parts of it small rooms were built and a central way among the rooms for Access to them was provided. At the top of these rooms, the Egyptian people burned straw, camel or charcoal fertilizer to provide heat to the eggs to provide the heat needed for incubation. At the top of these furnaces There was a fire in the room to smoke, and for each room, there was a small space for hatching eggs.
Thousands of eggs were placed in these small chambers, and they were checked several times daily. Furnaces and moisture are supplied manually if necessary.
In this system, the initial incubation, temperature, humidity and ventilation were checked and controlled. These rooms were set up without temperature sensing systems. Workers at that time lived inside buildings constructed for incubation, and very soon Through the sensation and touch, they can detect the temperature, humidity and ventilation for a good incubator.
Soon, the workers were able to detect the proper temperature by touch and could follow the appropriate standards for a successful incubation period. For example, to determine the appropriate incubation temperature, the hatched egg against his eyelid, one of the most sensitive parts of the body, And so they could figure out if this temperature is right or that it should be low or high.
Aristotle, a Greek philosopher in 400 BC, suggested a method similar to the Egyptian hatchery method. A distinctive point was in Aristotle’s method, in this method, the heat required for incubation was expressed from the burial of eggs into the feces of decomposable fertilizers.
Synthetic egg incubation was also carried out in China as early as 246 BC, and this method eventually expanded through Southeast Asia.
The Chinese used the heat transfer concept after the embryo was developed and developed to give heat more than needed to the embryo.