American serama thread!

larps1234

Chirping
7 Years
Nov 19, 2012
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Miami, Florida
My Coop
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Just thinking of tiny turkeys reminds me of that commercial of that russion guy with the pet mini giraffe! Lol I can only think of slaughtering chickens that I accepted their fate when they are baby's. It would be heartbreaking to take the lfe of a chick you are attached too. Has anyone here eaten serama? :/:p:D
 
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BantyChickenLuv

Songster
7 Years
Feb 26, 2012
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Oregon
Only got 1 pip from my Serama's from BHep... I put 8 into lockdown. Nothing from the others. If the one that pipped hatches tonight/tomorrow morning it'll be right on time. Still nothing from the others.
 

Pinx

Songster
8 Years
May 18, 2011
286
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Amarillo, Texas
Just thinking of tiny turkeys reminds me of that commercial of that russion guy with the pet mini giraffe! Lol I can only think of slaughtering chickens that I accepted their fate when they are baby's. It would be heartbreaking to take the lfe of a chick you are attached too. Has anyone here eaten serama?
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Nope.. cause then I would have to explain to these two what happened to their favorite chickens.










These are my 2 favorite hens, and my son and nephew think they hung the moon.

(Yeah don't pay attention to the background... it is a work in progress lol)
 

muddyhorse

Songster
10 Years
Aug 11, 2009
2,447
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Bloomsdale, MO
kukupecpec the bedding is made from ground corn cobs. some feed stores carry it. it is also used in parrot cages. when packaged for livestock it runs about $6-7 a bag. for birds it is $15 a bag same stuff just fancy packaging. a little goes a long way. so much less dust. good luck with your babies.
 

BantyChickenLuv

Songster
7 Years
Feb 26, 2012
1,239
18
141
Oregon
Alright, here he is... I named him Stormy and if its a she It'll be named Raine. He thinks I'm his mom as last night I had an incubator emergency and had to take him out and snuggle him to keep him warm.

The egg on the right pipped this morning.
 
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