American serama thread!

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by miss heny, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. froggiesheins

    froggiesheins Overrun With Chickens

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    Well one night Gigi and Lulu were on the floor playing tag and play fighting--it was a hoot listening to the patter of the feet...I got a conversation going with you, Bill and Gumbii all at once! Manfolk overload tonight!

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  2. bigb-71

    bigb-71 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well i'm going to cut out on you and hit the shower then off to bed for me tel the fellas i say hi [​IMG] and goodnight to you all . [​IMG]
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  3. froggiesheins

    froggiesheins Overrun With Chickens

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    NITE Ray, have fun splashing in the water, say Hi to Julie for me![​IMG]
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  4. andrea98

    andrea98 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    in my barnyard....ohio
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  6. YB192004

    YB192004 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    First of all, welcome to the serama land Seramaholic!!!!!! From what I know, seramas were separated into 2 types the American and the Malaysian; each has it own written standard of perfection, you can find the SOP on SCNA forum. The American type seramas have medium chest but well portionate to the body where the Malaysian type seramas require to have a big outright chest. If I am not wrong, you have the taste for a tweener of the 2 types just like me. [​IMG] From my experience, the bigger the chest the lower the tail angle, you just can't have both on one bird.
     
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    YB192004 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Sorry Terrielacy, I did not see your post. [​IMG]
     
  8. artsyrobin

    artsyrobin Artful Wings

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    Thanks terrie! we appreciate you! and personally i love this thread!
     
  9. PiratePrincess

    PiratePrincess Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This morning it is balmy outside before the 4" of rain we are supposed to get tomorrow. So my SO is out there putting up the roof on the chicken run. Terribly exciting! And I took Tominnie outside in the backyard for a little supervised visiting with my flock of cochin and silkies. Ummm yeah. Tominnie was fine for awhile until my one handicapped rooster Chilli decided to school her. I quickly separated them and went back to watching. Tominnie went way across to the other side of the backyard and all seemed peaceful if not integrated. Until that is Tominnie decided to streak across the entire yard and ninja attack Chilli. She seems to have already decided she is going to be top dog. So I have decided Seramas are big chickens in a little body. Definitely.
     
  10. 4cats3kids1hubby2many

    4cats3kids1hubby2many Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 7, 2010
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    Quote:Oh, definitely....my little serama hen took on one of my BR hens...knocked the snot out of the BR...BR took off wondering what the heck just happened. Most my big hens watch the little birds out of the corner of their eye and give them their space. These guys are not "housed" together...they were just all out free ranging together one day. one of the BR bitties thought she could bully my Martha out of a treat. Well, Martha informed her otherwise. LOL. [​IMG]

    chihuahua with feathers..meaning big "dog" in a little "dog" body...same as you said but only they are chickens.
     

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