I know it seems strange that the world's smallest chicken would be considered as a meat bird but here is my idea. I would compare them to a quail. The main difference being that seramas breed like rabbits without help of an incubator. So a flock of small delicacy birds that would be hardier in my experience as well as being able to raise their own chicks. My only question is has anyone actually eaten one? Are they edible or is there enough meat to make it worth it? With the pronounced breast muscles it would seem that with a little selective breeding it might be fairly easy to develope a meat serama flock especially using the ones that hatch out to big for serama standards.