Could This Serama Chick Be Class AA (Mini)?

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by tinychicky, May 22, 2012.

  1. tinychicky

    tinychicky Songster

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    One of my 11 serama chicks is much smaller than the others. The chicks pictured are approximatly the same age (3 1/2 weeks). All of the little ones are active and healthy, yet this one shows feather development and size typical of a 1 1/2 week old serama. It's back is also extremely short compared to the others, something I noticed the first time I handled it after hatch. One of it's siblings is pictured for comparison purposes. I suspect the little chick is a class AA (mini) serama, but I wanted to double check with people who've raised an AA before. Thanks.

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  2. tinychicky

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    The chick has been pasting up a lot lately. Would it be better to place it in with chicks closer in size?
     
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    What ended up happening?
     

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