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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by CrazyChickensEverwhere, May 18, 2011.
Thats my question
class A up to 350 grams , class B up to 500 grams , class C up to 600 grams . so it would be a class B . hope that helps you.
Oh ok. Thank you . I guess I have a class B rooster, and class C hen
So if my hens 550 shes either B or C???
hens are. class A up to 325 grams , class B up to 425 grams and class C 500 grams this is all out of my book " the serama bantam"
Ok thank you
Quote:Now that the ABA has accepted the White American Serama the use of A, B, C classes have gone by the wayside.
Cocks are 16 oz, Hens 14 oz, Cockerels 14 oz and Pullets 12 oz are the recognized weights for American Serama.