France bans the killing of day-old chicks from 2022
AAT expands capacities for sex determination in the egg
Paris, 19th July 2021. Following Germany, France will now also legally ban the killing of male day-old chicks. This was announced by French Agriculture Minister Julien Denormandie at a meeting between the two countries. The law is to come into force with effect from 2022.
Sustainable use of the male embryos as high-quality protein source: Schaffelaarbos partners with Agri Advanced Technologies GMBH (AAT)
The German company AAT offers a non-invasive in ovo sexing method with respectful treatment of sorted out male embryos. Schaffelaarbos will further process these male embryos into Dried Egg Proteins for the Animal Feed Market.
European hatcheries are introducing CHEGGY
Sex determination in the egg is ready for high-volume application
“CHEGGY” is the name of the machine that marks a breakthrough in hyperspectral measurement technology. Developed by the German manufacturer AAT, this innovative technology is now ready for high-volume, practical application for brown-laying hens in France, Germany, Belgium, Spain and other European countries.
Anaesthesia of male chicken embryos in compliance with animal welfare
Practicability study of electrical current flow in the second third of the incubation period
L. Zumbrink, Prof. Dr. B. Brenig, Dr. A. Foerster, J. Hurlin and Dr. M. von Wenzlawowicz
Hyperspectral measurement technology for sex determination in the egg is ready for practical application
Visbek, 3rd August 2020. AAT (part of the EW GROUP), the specialist for the development of special application technologies in animal breeding, announces that its solution for automatic sex determination in the egg is ready for use.
Carrefour – the first retailer to introduce a method for avoiding male chicks to be killed
Carrefour press release: As part of its food transition plan, Carrefour and Loué have entered into a partnership to produce and sell eggs laid by chickens produced using a spectrophotometric in-ovo sexing technique. Consumers will be able to purchase the products from 1 May.