I decided to start this thread as sort of a journal about my journey with keeping seramas. If anyone wants to follow along, that'd be great! I'll start this off with a little background: I got my first seramas in August 2017. Two roosters and two hens. Unfortunately, due partly to predators and partly to illness, I only have one remaining rooster from that group. Since then, I have acquired one other rooster and five hens. I breed these guys a little, although it is very much a hobby at the moment. I have two incubators, both of which are running right now, with hatch dates set for Jan. 26 and Feb. 10! There are two serama eggs (I think, they look a lot like my silkies' eggs) in the first batch, and ten in the second batch (although we'll see how many are actually fertile during the day 5 candling, I've been having some fertility problems with them in the past couple weeks). My last hatch, which was in September, was riddled with unexpected silkie x serama crosses (fingers crossed these next hatches will be closer to what I'm expecting), so I am working on a little coop for my seramas, which should be done around March. This should also open up some space in my current coop for some silkies I've got coming in the next couple months. I am also on the lookout for one or two more serama hens, just for a bigger daily egg count. I'll post pictures of them all in the next post!