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Featured Stories on BackYard Chickenspost #25892 of 259074/20/17 at 5:51pmpost #25893 of 259074/21/17 at 10:07amWell my 3 seramas have come today. There around 8 months old and I'm in love! They are adorable. The chap came with 6 hens a 4 cockrel and it was hard to choose if it was down to me I would of had them all lol. But I'm chuffed with the 3 I now have. Just wanted to show them off and see what u guys think [IMG]post #25894 of 259074/21/17 at 10:09ampost #25895 of 259074/21/17 at 10:14ampost #25896 of 259074/21/17 at 10:24ampost #25897 of 259074/21/17 at 10:40ampost #25898 of 259074/21/17 at 11:01amQuote:Arww what a sweet name. Its a shame when you get a bond with them and then have to let go. I incubated some chicks and only 2 lived. But last April when i moved house they were around 10 or 11 weeks old I had to sell them as I was so busy with the move and getting the children settled in. I didn't have the time to hold them so they had to go . But now we're all settled I decided to get some seramas and hopefull ill become the crazy chicken lady again lol . But i will treasure the time I had with the chicks . Gone but never forgotten xOriginally Posted by Tlmcq
No I didn't incubate myself. It was just the one. Was a fluke that I ended up with it. Was one that got snuck in to bantam batch at feed store .Wasn't sure if the lil one was a Japanese Bantam or Serama it was so tiny compared to the rest. I was hoping it would be OK but knew yesterday it wasn't doing well. Slept alot and just didn't have much energy. I had only had it about 2 weeks but was loved a bunch the little time we had the lil one. Named it Marshmallow cuz was about roasting marshmallow size when got it.
Edited by emmaellis111 - 4/21/17 at 11:03ampost #25899 of 259074/23/17 at 11:02ampost #25900 of 259074/23/17 at 5:43pmQuote:Originally Posted by gootziecat
Thank you very much for the response on this. I have a lot to do and can't afford the time spend on taming my chickens some people can. However, these guys are only 10 days old. They were hatched in an incubator and live in my kitchen next to where I spend a lot of time. I do touch and stroke them (more like chase them around the cage with my hand and corner them) a few times a day. They are talked to. Yet, it is very slow coming they can abide me. Any sudden noise, including an outburst from me, sends them in a panic.These are well bred chicks. I am most disappointed in what I thought would be an almost naturally friendly breed.
My chicks are skittish at first but calm down as they age.
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