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Beim Ausbrüten von Hühnereiern ist eine Brutmaschine eine große Erleichterung. Bei der Auswahl und vor allem bei dem Kauf einer Brutmaschine bzw. Brutapparat sollten jedoch gewisse Ansprüche nicht hinten an stehen, da es sich beim künstlichen ausbrüten von Eiern mit Hilfe einer Brutmaschine schon um eine Verantwortungsvolle Aufgabe handelt, bei welcher es das oberste Ziel sein sollte ein gutes Resultat mit einer passablen Schlupfquote zu erzielen. In erster Linie ist es die Aufgabe einer Brutmaschine, das natürliche Umfeld einer Glucke zu ersetzen. Dabei ist es von oberster Priorität dass Temperatur und Feuchtigkeit naturrealistisch nachgebildet wird. Sollte auch nur eines dieser beiden Faktoren zu sehr von der Natur abweichen, ist die Chance relativ hoch, dass die Küken nicht schlüpfen und Du somit eine geringe Schlupfquote hast.

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