Date Posted: 20-6-2010
City: North California
The Malaysian Serama is a fairly new breed that was imported to the U.S in the year 2001.Since this is a fairly new breed they are not yet recognized by the America Poultry Association or by the American Bantam Association.
This breed of chicken is the lightest of all breeds weighing any where from 6-18 Oz's...The smallest ones are considered a "class A" Serama and the biggest ones are considered a "class D" Serama.Most class A's and B's cannot reproduce but make excellent pets for young children and adults.The Malaysian serama was bred for its small size so that they could be kept as pets in apartments in Malaysia.If you want birds that can reproduce class B's(the second to smallest) and class C's(second biggest) are the way to go!This bird does make an excellent pet but before buying one the owner should know little things such as when temperatures drop lower than 40 degrees Seramas should be either kept under a heat lamp or in a well lighted area.
I take pride in breeding my birds for the best type and temperament possible!All birds sold are in good health.
Here is a list of my available birds:
1- 8 month old class A pumpkin pullet-$60
1- 4 month old molted class B pair-$30 for the Cockerel, $40 for the pullet, or $60 for both ...
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