seramas..sexing

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by chickenreyna, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. chickenreyna

    chickenreyna Songster

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    I have two seramaals hatched same day during End of May. and the combs are same size relatively small but one has higher arched way fancier and arched tail feathers and is taller and larger than the other one plus shows s little more aggressive traits like it will protect thr smaller one.

    I am New to tnis breed and need pointers and I will post photos when i get home this afternoon
     
  2. Chick-N-Fun

    Chick-N-Fun Almy Acres Farm

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    Looking forward to your photos!
     
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  3. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crossing the Road

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  4. SeramaMamma

    SeramaMamma Songster

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    I can likely tell you from photos, seramas can be sexed pretty young.
     
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  5. chickenreyna

    chickenreyna Songster

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    I could only get the larger one aka the presumed male to not be a a spaz buthe tried to snap a photo of the feather
    Shapes and size difference.

    the SMALLER one is always hiding behind it or the feeders.

    They are a very delicate breed:)
     

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  6. chickenreyna

    chickenreyna Songster

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    The fancy high arch high.. is telling me it is most likely a roo!??
     
  7. Feather Hearts

    Feather Hearts Crowing

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    I don't know much about Seramas sorry, but they are beautiful! I hope someone can tell the genders for you:)
     
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  8. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crossing the Road

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    The smaller one is definitely a pullet, that shy behavior matches with most pullets. I believe the other one is a slower developing cockerel and that's why his comb is not particularly large or red yet. Body type and the personality you described have me saying cockerel. You can post update photos in a week or two for more definite answers though. They're beautiful little birds!
     
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  9. Ra_

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    Every one of my Serama roos develops a white patch on their wing.
    I thought little Esmerelda was a girl but she's now got the patch so guaranteed roo.
    Tiniest roo I've ever raised.
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  10. LilJoe

    LilJoe Crowing

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    Both look like pullets to me
     
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