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By rizq, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. rizq
    My Serama
    None of the birds were very cooperative. I will get better pictures once they are out of their small, temporary cage and into the coop I am building for them.
    Here is my main roo. I think he is mottled partridge, but not really sure. He is a pretty nice little roo, but is quite camera shy.

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    And below are his current ladies, also camera shy.
    The partridge hen would not come down off the box so this is the best I could do with her :)

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    I am not even sure what color this hen is.
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    And then there is the buff silken hen. She is a sweetie.
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    Here is the other pair I have. A black hen with a white roo. They were not very cooperative either. I could not get a profile shot of him, he just wanted to show his butt, I guess.
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    Here is a roo out of the hens in the first pen and a little roo I lost to a dog attack. He is big, but I really like his type. He is a little long in the wing, also, so he has trouble getting them totally vertical, but that very short back is something that I like to see. I will use him over small hens with short wings and see what I get. The silken roo in with him is not very impressive, he is just his cage buddy and will not be used for breeding. I do not know what color either of them are. I am really not good with chicken colors and serama
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