Eggs ultrasound analyses chick embryos
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A new technology called EggXYt claims to detect the sex of chick embryos immediately after the eggs are laid and before they enter the 21-day incubation process. The chicken industry grows two different breeds: the broilers which provide as much meat as possible, and the layers which lay as many eggs as possible. In present-day poultry farming, the layer males are less desired. This is because they cannot grow up to lay, and they are not the fast-growing breeds that sell as poultry. EggXYt works like an ultrasound for eggs by acting as a gene-editing tool for farmers. To use the technology, farmers…
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