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Why is this egg belt so full?

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Why is this egg belt so full? Photo: Marcel Berendsen

This egg belt is very full.

The density of eggs on the egg belt is not constant throughout the laying cycle. There are periods when there are more eggs, and larger eggs. These are high-risk periods, because the belts can become overfilled rapidly.

Make sure that the belt runs regularly, at least twice a day. Monitor egg density and modify run-timing accordingly.

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