1. annewench

    annewench New Egg

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    has any one got any hints or knowlege on keeping seramas .new to this breed.but not to chickens.
     
  2. SunnyCalifornia

    SunnyCalifornia Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They are fabulous little chickens. I have two that I keep outdoors, and one that is my house chicken. They don't need a lot of space, and if you handle them often, they become extremely friendly little pets. The roos are not too noisy, or aggressive. They don't eat very much. They are the perfect little pet!

    They cannot handle the cold weather well though, so supply heat, or bring them inside in the winter.

    Does that help?

    Edit: They are good fliers, so keep that in mind!
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2011
  3. annewench

    annewench New Egg

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    thanks.iv had a trio for a week now.seem ok. they seem to be eating to much for there size and spreading it about,layers pellets.there have a grass run.having cuddles tame full grown
    aswers plz
    can you let them out to roam in a few weeks
    they huddle together to sleep,is this normal or are they cold
    what fresh stuff do they like to eat,not found any think they like yet
    do you clip wings,
     

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