My little A sized Serama hen has 4 eggs, they all looked good a few days ago when I candled them and tonight, right at 18 days, they are peeping and should be hatched by morning or so. I'm letting her hatch these and she can raise them unless they are too tiny and fragile. She is pretty small and her eggs are very small. She was laying about 4 months before her first egg hatched. I'd read that some of the smaller Serama's were not fertile but I was encouraged to keep trying. 24 days ago, I had let my other hen set 3 of this hens eggs, figuring she would do a better job than I would with my incubator and of the 3 eggs, one hatched. My Goodness it was a tiny chick! I named him (or her) Uno because he was the only one and the first from Dovey's eggs. At 24 days old, Uno weighs only 0.7 ounces, that is super tiny!! That equals the weight of 7 pennies, hold 7 pennies in your hand and that is what Uno weighs at 24 days old! I am guessing these will be as small, Uno was able to hatch out with no assistance. I'll post tomorrow to report how many of the 4 hatched and how they're doing These are chicks from a B sized rooster, duckwing colored. Dovey is white with small black spots and a few black tail feathers. I have a young cockerel that I plan to put in with her that is unrelated and is looking like he may mature "A" sized so I can't even imagine what that cross will be like! I want to show this cockerel this summer so I'll wait till fall before I put him with Dovey.