The Amazing Coop of Serama Littles!

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  1. Sally Sunshine
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    OUR SERAMA ~
    AMAZING COOP OF LITTLES!

    Serama Saloon Coop & Grow OUT pens! CLICK HERE
    Short clip of frizzle pen not a great quality video for sure but its chickens Click HERE
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    History


    Serama originate in the Malaysian state of Kelantan, apparently through the crossing of J apanese and Malaysian bantams.[1] Other stories of the birds derived from a gift of some small chickens by the King of Thailand to a local sultan in ancient times. Small chickens have always been popular pets in this area and are often referred to as "ayam katik" (pygmy chickens) and "ayam cantik" (pretty chickens).
    The modern breed is attributed to the efforts of Wee Yean Een from Kelantan, who named the breed "Serama" after Rama, the title of the Kings of Thailand.[1] The breed was first exhibited in 1990. The breed was hit hard by the Asian bird flu epidemic in 2004 when many birds were culled amid government concerns.
    There are no written standards for the breed in its native country. However, they do now have an overall guide on scoring and judging for competitions in Malaysia. Many breeders have a style or type that they breed to, but often breeders keep several "styles". These styles are often names given by breeders to describe a blood line of a champion (e.g. Husin, Mat Awang), but may also be more general shape, characteristics or behaviour (e.g. slim, submarine, and dragon). Hence there is quite a lot of diversity in Malaysia, but an overall theme of a small brave chicken with a persona of fearless warrior or toy soldier. The shape, behaviour, temperament and size of the bird are the most important characteristics. They compete against each other in open table top competitions (often described as "beauty contests") and scored by several judges. The prize for the winning birds can be quite a bit of money.

    Breeding
    Seramas are much like other Bantam breeds. After laying an egg it takes around 19 days for the chicks to develop and hatch. Chicks are more susceptible to cold temperatures compared to other breeds because of their relative small size. Frizzles even more so. After hatching, it takes about 16–18 weeks for the chicks to mature and reach the point at which they themselves can begin laying eggs.

    SERAMA INCUBATION TIPS ~

    Not hard to hatch after a few tips! CLICK HERE



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    Serama Saloon Coop & Grow OUT pens! CLICK HERE
    Short clip of frizzle pen interior not a great quality video for sure but its chickens Click HERE

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    Saloon Coop SHED CONVERSION CLICK HERE

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  1. GlennLee
    Congrats on POW.... They are absolutely stunning birds! You have some great photos here... thanks for sharing.
  2. Wyorp Rock
    Love the pics!!! Congratulations on POW!
  3. RodNTN
    Congrats on POW! Very well deserved! :)
  4. sumi
    Congratulations, we've chosen one of your chicken pics for the Picture Of the Week. Thanks for posting your chickens to our "My Chickens" pages! You can find more info about our POW here: BYC POW process
  5. WVduckchick
    Lots of wonderful pics! Thanks for sharing
  6. shahtir101
    Eeek! Your Seramas are so cute!! Makes me want more frizzles!!
  7. Cynthia12
    Wow, you have some beautiful birds there. I love the Serama!
  8. BantyChooks
    So cute!! I LOVE the frizzles.
  9. DwayneNLiz
    Very Pretty Sally!!
  10. RodNTN
    These little chickens are soo adorable! I love the coop and the signs!

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