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SERAMA BANTAMS

  Belle Malaysian Serama Bantams

  

The Serama Bantam is the smallest chicken breed in the world and not as yet standardised in the UK. 
Despite this it is a growing popular breed. This is due to its size. It is barely taller than a can of drink and needs far less space. It is a tame breed developed using the Japanese Bantam and many have guessed at some point the Silkie was also used.
 

Black Mottled Smooth Serama 2012 (B)

The Serama should have a short back, chest carried forward and tail almost touching the head, tail feathers should not be crooked or tip to one side. A 
big factor with Seramas is size. In Malaysia, their place of origination, they are exhibited in Classes, these are A, B C and so on. It is therefore recommended that if you want to have a breeding group is to have a larger size (C+) this will give you a POL that has a bigger area to nest her eggs. Smaller 
class birds are unable to sit on eggs or hatch eggs successfully.
 

Smooth Serama Pair 2010 (B)

BBUK Serama Breeds:

Silkied & Smooth Serama (A,B & C)

 

 

Chocolate Millefleur Smooth Serama Hen (B)  My children adore this breed as they, like all the breeds we handle are docile and extremely friendly. It is however advisable to read up on this breed before you intend to owning any. Those that do lay eggs, may not hatch, and often the chicks die within the first day or so.

Silkied Serama Cockerel 2012 (A)

My children adore this breed as they, like all the breeds we handle are docile and extremely friendly. It is however advisable to read up on this breed before you intend to owning any. Those that do lay eggs, may not hatch, and often the chicks die within the first day or so.

Silkied Serama Pair (A's)

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