Hi, I am getting 10 serama chicks locally pretty soon. Is there anything different about caring for serama babies (aside from adapting their food for their size) that I should know? Are they generally more fragile or prone to specific issues I should be well read on?
When picking them up, are there any signs that can help me identify gender on a 3 day old? Is 3 days a good age to take them? Thank you!
At 3 days old they have more of a chance that they will die, Just some don't make it... Expect to lose at least one, When they are older Sudden Death can be a problem, if you are hoping for quality there isn't really a fair way to judge seramas at 3 days. Gender You wont be able to determine at that age, Personaly I like to get them when they are about 6 months old