Breeds forum: How long does it take for a serama to mature?

 
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ImageEufaula
Aug 24, 2010 9:09 AM CST
Name: Lynn
Helloooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! Anyone out there???
Just wanted to let you know I traded my 3 little Serama Cockerals for 3 new ones. I really hated to have to trade my babies but thats all part of it! My new little guys are really handsome and Ive already paired them off!
Haystack, I googled Silkie Serama and came up with a couple of posts from DG that really surprised me. It seems that I too have read (scratching head) somewhere....that seramas were bred by crossing the Malaysian bantam with silkies...... anyway some Seramas do carry the Silkie gene! I have a beautiful little pullet, born this past May from my Purebred White Silkie Cock and his mate, my Buff Serama Hen, that is definitely a Silkie Serama ( photo this afternoon!) I was so surprised when she started to get her adult eathering and it turned out to be silk instead! Toooo cute and she is so tiny!
It turns out that one of the little cockerals I traded , a White, also had the gene. I wish now that I had kept him!
Crying Crying Crying
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ImageEufaula
Aug 24, 2010 6:49 PM CST
Name: Lynn
Thumb of 2010-08-25/Eufaula/0d967e
My three new Little GuysThumb of 2010-08-25/Eufaula/271cc1
My Silkie Pullet " Graycie".....and her sister "Taffy"Thumb of 2010-08-25/Eufaula/dcbd28
My path is never blocked, it just needs sweeping!
ImageCajuninKy
Mar 26, 2011 11:23 AM CST
Name: Cheryl
Eastern Ky
Truth should be everpresent.
Are silkies the ones that get those big poofy fluffs on top of their heads?
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