X 2. BUT serama and Japanese bantams are even more broody inclined. I have three serama pullets that have finished raising their third batch of chicks and are now working on their fourth clutch. The three pullets, all, are one year old on May 1st. My Japanese pullet has started brooding at 5 months 1 week of age. Indeed, who needs an incubator when I'm about ready to stand out in the coop yelling, "STOP THAT". HAHA[/COLOR)
OMG that is too adorable, I did not know they were that broody. As I am telling myself, self, you DO NOT need any Seramas!