4-H Embryology Day 7 Candling Classroom Presentation
This is Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County’s candling presentation given 7 days after eggs are placed in incubators in local classrooms as a part of the 4-H Embryology school enrichement program. After answering students’ questions, the room lights are turned off and presenter has small groups of students come to the incubator to see eggs be candled. The class keeps track of how many winners, quitters and yolkers are in their incubator. Quitters and yolkers are removed so they don’t rot. Note: the last half of this video is the same footage as our YouTube video “Candling Chick Eggs at Day 7.” You may watch eggs hatch on 4-H EGG Cam at lancaster.unl.edu/eggcam! Locally, the 4-H youth development program is a partnership between Nebraska Extension and Lancaster County government. Learn more about the Lancaster County 4-H program at lancaster.unl.edu/4h.
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