The foundation owns two of the biggest and most advanced hatchers in the Middle East. The production power of the hatchers are estimated to be 74000 million egg.
The eggs are sorted according to their type, age, and suitability for hatching, afterwards they are stored until they are inserted into incubators on a suitable temperature and humidity for 18 days and a half.
The temperature and humidity will be controlled and changed during this time and the temperature of the eggs will be measured through an “Overscan” device. After the incubation period the eggs are vaccinated against diseases using a special device and are inserted into the hatchers for 3 days where the time of hatching is controlled by a specialized device.
Lastly, the healthy chicks are sorted out and sent to our farms to be taken looked after.