6 Serama Eggs from our small family raised flock of nice quality Seramas! 50% Could be Frizzled! We purchased our birds from Juliette of pixiechickens.com Please feel free to check out her website to see the amazing quality of seramas she raises! http://www.pixiechickens.com/ Our flock is inside for the winter and loving life in a large bird cage in our sunroom! All of our birds are handled often and very sweet & friendly! They are very healthy and spoiled with treats daily! New Egg Prices! (each price includes $12.00 for priority shipping) ~Egg sale! 6+ for jut $32.00 includes shipping! ~ Please E mail me at: [email protected] if your interested or PM me on BYC I have a list forming now for eggs! Here are a few pics of our flock: Meet "Rainbow" our main Dude around here! He is a very tiny multi-colored frizzled Serama! And Proven Daddy! Rainbow's son "Fondue" hatched June 2010! He's a very pretty boy! Rainbow's daughter "Confetti" hatched June 2010! She's a dollbaby & so tiny! Rainbow's other daughter "Cheapy"(named by our 5yr. old son) also very tiny! And last but certainly not least our sweet Mama birds: (from left to right "Sunny", "Cloudy", and "Twinkle Star" also all named by our 5 yr. old!) When one goes broody they all go broody!(LOL) It's Contagious! Please read if considering hatching eggs! ~Eggs will be packed very carefully with extreme care, wrapped in bubblewrap and nestled in shredded paper to insure safe shipping, but due to the trials and tribulations of shipping and incubation I cant guarantee your hatch rate. I try to do my best to insure they get to you safely for a great hatch! I have great success at home hatching these eggs, but I cannot guarantee your personal success rate. There are far to many outside factors involved that are completely out of my hands that may affect the hatchability of eggs. ** If eggs are lost in the mail, dropped, shaken, abused, exposed to extreme heat or cold for long periods, exposed to security x- ray at shipping terminals or customs,.......Then they may never develop at all or show any signs of fertility. All of these things can render the eggs unhatchable. Even if the box arrives intact, there is no guarantee that one or more of these shipping hazards didn't occur. Please allow the eggs to set at room tempature with the large end up at least 8 hours before putting them in the incubator. They need time to settle from shipping and warm up to room tempature before being placed into the incubator. Eggs can suffer "temperature shock" if placed in a warm incubator when they are cool or cold.