Serama Cockerel 6 Months 453 Grams

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  1. MainelySeramas

    MainelySeramas Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This is a very nice Type B 453 grams Serama Cockerel age 6 months old. He is done growing, but still filling out. He foot coloring is a nice yellow. His coloring is a Chocolate/red with some white coming in almost like a Mille Fluer.
    Type B's Range from 358 to 537. In this photo I have him posting. I handle him everyday and he is reallly sweet and loves to be babyed! I would like him to go to a nice home, where someone would like to have fun in showing him. The reason I am selling him is I have 4 Roosters (this Cockerel is not one of my culls)! I need to make room for chicks. My culls are either given away or sold cheap and only as Banties (not Seramas). I do this because I don't want people taken advantage of the breed. If you would like to see photos of him, give me an email and I can answer any questions you have. I just shipped 2 serama pullets out to New Mexico and they made it fine! So its not to cold to ship. But I will also wait for the best day to ship him. (no Storms or Rainy days)! Shipping costs will be $55.00 includes a bio-filtered box. Express Mail takes any where from 2 to 3 days to ship depending on destination. You will be given a tracking number to follow his route.
    I only accept PAYPAL @ [email protected]
    My email is: [email protected]
    Thanks for looking and have a GREAT day![​IMG]

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  2. Pampered Chicken

    Pampered Chicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Where are you in Maine? Are you going to the show in Mass?
     
  3. MainelySeramas

    MainelySeramas Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Hi Neighbor! I wish I could go to the show, But I have to many animals and no one to watch them while I'm gone! I live in Temple, outside of Farmington. 50 or so miles from the N.H. border.
     

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