Has anyone seen any of these in America? If not, where are they, and how can one get ahold of them.
A Cemani rooster bred to one of the rare fertile eight or nine generation outcross females from the first hybrid sire- will often produce miniature Cemani calledSayap Hitam Cemani. They will often have incredibly dark flesh and bones but due to the artificial selection regime of back crossing - the females are genetically homogenous. Bred to the Cemani rooster - by necessity a parallel lineage with some shared ancestry, the Sayam Hitam Cemani often exhibits frizzled silky plumage.
It doesn't fare well running about along the village roads and amongst orchards- as it cannot fly.