In your location you do not need any added heat for your Serama chickens. You can choose to keep them indoors at your choosing.I really considered the same, I have 7 seramas that have been enjoying the outdoors for a month (they are 2.5 months old), but now it's getting cold... I have a lamp hooked up in my coop but would prefer not to waste that electricity
Okay...it’s a want not a need. I’ve never had them. Was curious. Good luck with your search. Winter is hard on every living thing. I can wait for it no rush here on my end.Lovely pic of Gorbie!!!
I know I don't really need to bring them in for the winter but I would like to so that I can spend more time with them. I was thinking of buying two large indoor bunny cages and have a couple in each - anybody done that?
Seramas are obviously not a cold hardy breed. You are in a COLD WINTER area. The second dilemma in your case is your chicks. They will not be all that well feathered out when the chill arrives.Watching this thread... have some adult Seramas outside and some week olds inside, wondering how they’ll fare with our upcoming winter. (Upstate NY