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Silkied Serama

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I'm not a big fan of the extreme type posture and with my Silkied Serama, I aim instead to reproduce the Malaysian Ball Type. I like the idea that their internal organs may be less cramped this way. I have noticed that they tend to mature more slowly than my more typical smooth Serama. I'm hoping that this may allow Micros especially, to live longer lives.

 

Tumbleweed

 

Tumbleweed

 

 

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Zorro had a twin Brother who was killed through 1" wire by a hawk.

 

I wanted a silver & blue rooster soooo badly. sad.png

 

 

Zorro

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Here are some of mine. big_smile.png

 

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Bantam Cochins

Seramas

Muscovies, Calls, Runners

Sebastopols 

 

MI Chickenstock B/S/T thread: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/737133/michigan-chickenstock-2013-buy-sell-trade

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Bantam Cochins

Seramas

Muscovies, Calls, Runners

Sebastopols 

 

MI Chickenstock B/S/T thread: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/737133/michigan-chickenstock-2013-buy-sell-trade

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Lovely!

my website:  TLC Seramas

 

Wild West Serama Club    Bringing Serama Table Top Shows to a CA venue near you!

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my website:  TLC Seramas

 

Wild West Serama Club    Bringing Serama Table Top Shows to a CA venue near you!

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Here are some of mine. big_smile.png

 

 

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That baby is just oozing personality.clap.gif

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wow i love how all your silkies look can't wait until i get mine

 

proud owner of seramas and a old english rooster, cochin hen, also breeder of lovebirds and quail. A true friend is one u can count on the most when u truely need them.

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proud owner of seramas and a old english rooster, cochin hen, also breeder of lovebirds and quail. A true friend is one u can count on the most when u truely need them.

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Little Joe, from June-i am forever thankful! him boaz and ruth are wonderful! but joe is the silkied, then i have the broody sisters from another breeder

 

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ROBIN-...Love all the feather kids - and yes, they all have names!

Glad you asked...I do run a chicken hospital!

Member of the Derperella Fan Club.... We're all just goin round the rooster here!

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ROBIN-...Love all the feather kids - and yes, they all have names!

Glad you asked...I do run a chicken hospital!

Member of the Derperella Fan Club.... We're all just goin round the rooster here!

 Marek's Giant FAQ 

FACEBOOK CROSSBEAK CAREGIVERS

 

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here are some of mineDSCN1871.JPGDSCN1869.JPGDSCN1864.JPGDSCN1757.JPGTank you June DSCN1760.JPG

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Yes, Silkied Serama definitely need a thread of our own!  Here are a few of my photos.  I have promised (and promised) several people that I will take NEW photos and update my website.  Well, I haven't done it yet, smile.png but it's on my bucket list (I promise, for real this time).  I've been wrapping up end of year taxes for my business and other unpleasant stuff that I hate to do but can't put off any longer.  I will have new photo's soon in the meantime here's some that are not TOO old.

 

 

 

 

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Specializing in Silkied Serama


http://www.silkiedserama.com             

NPIP  Flock

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Specializing in Silkied Serama


http://www.silkiedserama.com             

NPIP  Flock

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Sweetness

7 oz. at 4 months

 

 

Sweetness

 

 

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