Fairy Tale Seramas


10 Years
Apr 4, 2009
Between Wichita Falls TX and Waurika OK.
My Coop
My Coop


I have Seramas in a wide variety of colors, including smooth, silkie and frizzled feathering. Some are booted.

Most breeders are class B, but I also have a few A's and C's. Any class size can potentially produce any other class size. I have obtained my stock from multiple sources.

$2.50 per egg. FREE SHIPPING to lower 48 if you buy 12 or more eggs in one order. 12 eggs would be $30 including shipping.
Alaskan orders and orders of fewer than 12 eggs will require extra for shipping.

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My preferred payment method is by Paypal. I don't take Paypal payment until a day or so before the shipping date. NOTE: You don't need a Paypal account. You can pay via Paypal with a credit or debit card if I invoice you.

I'll also accept a check or money order by mail, but it will need to be sent as least 2 weeks before your preferred shipping date so it will have time to clear.

I ship on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. I'll also ship on Thursday if you're close enough to me.

I always include as many extras as possible. There is no guarantee on hatching rate! I pack them properly, but after they leave me, they are at the mercy of the post office. When I hatch these same eggs at home I get a high hatch rate and healthy chicks!

I pack eggs very well. I wrap each egg in paper towels, then bubble wrap. Each egg is placed big end up, and the box is heavily padded with big bubble wrap and shavings. The eggs are packed tight and do not jiggle.

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Hi just wondering if it would be possible to buy just silkied serama eggs?

In a couple of months. Right now I have a silkie male with a split hen, which produce half silkies and half splits.

I have 4 young silkie pairs that will start laying just any time now. All 4 boys are silkie. 2 of the girls are silkie and 2 are splits. After they start laying, I'll only have 2 pairs which will produce 100% silkie + 3 pairs that will produce both silkies and splits.

I also have someone else already waiting for silkies, so I'll have to save eggs for her first.
Are you still shipping eggs? Your birds are beautiful! I would love to begin my own flock of Seramas, but fear its getting to late in the season.

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