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silkie seramas a breed of their own???

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by elainag, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. elainag

    elainag In the Brooder

    Jun 15, 2011
    hey yall!!! i have a question about the "silkie seramas" i dot know if they are a breed of their own, or a mix between a silkie and a serama?

    can anybody share their knowledge with me??

    i only saw them once at a breeders home, he wouldnt sell them though

    i fell in love with them little things immediately, but havent been able to find anyone that sell them...

    and i dont want to get cheated on, cus someone tried to sell me a cross from a silkie and a serama for 30 bucks each!!!

    so before i buy, i would like to know.

  2. zengrrl

    zengrrl Songster

    Mar 25, 2011
    Oakland County, MI
    No clue - I'd bet they're a mix but how flippin adorable would that be!
  3. Memphisjourney2seramas

    Memphisjourney2seramas Songster

    May 19, 2011
    They are a breed of their own. They are a serama with silkie feathers and they are stinkin' cute!
  4. gumbii

    gumbii Songster

    Oct 7, 2010
    bell gardens, ca
    it's just a mutation that came out of seramas... the same as frizzle... since serama are genetic soup, they keep coming out with more and more traits out of nowhere... such as, booted/feathered feet, rosecombs, and i heard someone had a naked neck serama... i didn't here it here, but i saw it on another forum somewhere... i'll have to look for it again to make sure, so don't quote me on that...
  5. Memphisjourney2seramas

    Memphisjourney2seramas Songster

    May 19, 2011
    Good quality silkie seramas are pretty expensive....more than $30 for sure. Most seramas are more than $30. Don't quote me, but that has been what I have found out around where i live.
  6. scratch'n'peck

    scratch'n'peck Crowing

    Oct 31, 2008
    West Michigan
    My Coop
    ok i had to google silkie seramas to see a pic. here is a link and if you scroll down to the bottom you will see one. Cute!!!!
  7. gumbii

    gumbii Songster

    Oct 7, 2010
    bell gardens, ca
    btw, don't buy mixed for that much cash... i will never buy a mixed ornamental chicken for more than 5 dollars myself... unless it's a sex link, or egg/meat bird... then maybe... but yeah... that's dumb... some serama breeders give non-show quality serama away...

    also... silkie seramas are very expensive... i will like to own one, but they are too expensive for me right now... the cheapest i've seen them locally were like 150 a pair... too much money for so little bird... LOL... they're gorgeous, but man... but i do see that they are worth the moneys... and i guess they will pay themselves off if the hen lays... but it will take me forever to make the money back... i'm so cheap... LOL...

  8. theron

    theron Theron's Fowl Farm

    Nov 15, 2009
    Midland, MI
    Here are some of my silkie seramas. Silkie seramas are a mutuation and Gumbii was right on!! [​IMG]


    This one here is a silkie and frizzle from juliette
  9. muddyhorse

    muddyhorse Songster

    Aug 11, 2009
    Bloomsdale, MO
    here is my pair of silkied seramas, the rooster is also frizzled.
    here is their kid that is also a frizzled silkie and a LF frizzle cochin both were born on the same day
  10. MyChickenWishList

    MyChickenWishList In the Brooder

    May 1, 2011
    Nice Seramas!! I have been doing some research on Seramas as I wanted to add a couple to my collection of chickens (13 to be exact..) But the more
    I find about the breed the more I would be very skeptical on buying from just anyone.
    I am also from MN and to find a Serama around here is like seeing a lizard sunbathing in the wild...[​IMG]

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