Our crews are specialized to work at hatcheries. 
A hatchery is used to raise eggs under controlled conditions and operated under a vertically integrated system.

Once eggs arrive at a hatchery facility they are moved through a process of stages. Once arranged on trays, the eggs are then stored at 55-65° F and 70% humidity for 10 days in egg holding or “egg-cooler” rooms.
From here, eggs are moved into a pre-incubation warming room to dry any condensed humidity in the warmer air. Next, the eggs are “loaded” to a setter.

Care and incubation of hatching eggs

Our crews are completely specialized to work in any process of the hatchery needs, from the beginning of the process up to completely cleaning any production area.