30+ serama hatching eggs mostly A's and B's

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  1. mbrobbins

    mbrobbins Chillin' With My Peeps

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    you get a variety of colors, seramas considered the smallest chicken in the world. THey are very friendly and broody , too. I make no guarantee on your eggs hatching. The outcome depends on
    how the postal svc handles them and your hatching methods. One byc'r hatched 17 chicks out of a batch that I sent. I send priority with confirmation , and bubble wrap.
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  2. shelleyd2008

    shelleyd2008 the bird is the word

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    ne byc'r hatched 17 chicks

    [​IMG] That would be me! [​IMG] I'm tempted to get these too, but I'm not yet sure where I'm going to put the babies I have! They are teeny tiny, only twice as big as a day-old marans chick at almost 5 weeks old! I let a friend have 4 of them and lost 2, but I've still got 11 babies left. 4 little cockerels and 7 little pullets, not a bad ratio!

    This pic is of a 5 week old button quail next to one of the chicks at 3 weeks old.
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    And these babies are 3 weeks old, a full week older than the silkie standing over them [​IMG]
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    I might get these yet, I'll have to think about it. I'm reeeealllly tempted! [​IMG]
     
  3. mbrobbins

    mbrobbins Chillin' With My Peeps

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    thank you Shelley for the cute pics of the chicks
    I'm so glad you have a good start for a flock. they are like potato chips , a handful is not enough. anyway they are space savers compared to large fowl, I can keep 3 times as many seramas compared to large fowl in the same size coop. That way, I can keep a good variety of colors, because it takes a lot of them.
     
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