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SEggs collected for setting should be kept in a dry, cool and airy place in order to get the best results. In hot weather, eggs should not be kept for more than 3 days and in winter or in hilly areas it can be kept up to 10 days.

As eggs absorb odour very easily, it is not good to store them near smelly substances like onion, garlic, kerosene etc. Eggs should be stored in a cool place with the broad ends up. Eggs shaken very much during transport will not be good for hatching.

Eggs must be kept in clean conditions and at the correct temperature and humidity to achieve the best hatchability. Satisfactory procedures for collection, disinfection, cooling, storage, and incubation of the eggs should be in place, and each process should be carried out so that embryonic development is not compromised.

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