We have gotten a very kind offer from a man who will give us some purebred eggs in the spring (Wyandottes, Seramas, and white Ameracaunas) when/if Olympia, our Australorp, goes broody. I would loooooove some Seramas, but was wondering if one would be okay in an otherwise all-standard flock. We have three EEs, one Aussie, one BR, one Welsie, and one rather small Red Star. All are hens, as the Serama would have to be. We would probably keep two of the hatch, both hens. One would probably be a Wyandotte or an Ameracauna. But would this work? One Serama in a standard flock? Here are some questions I have: 1) Would she just get picked on too much or would they be OK? 2) Would their adopted mommy, Olympia, be okay with such small chicks or would that be a problem? 3) Also, Olympia is the lead hen; would that help them? Thanks in advance for replies. I really hope there is some way it would work!