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Serena bantams - Jane, Herts,

Just bought 2 pairs of bantams from Christine at marsh green she is very welcoming and knowledgeable very healthy birds and lovely set up would highly recommend will be back soon thankyou

- Ginmary, Herts,

They are wonderful pets. However, when my Roo crows, the whole house shakes! Don’t underestimate the volume. Your neighbors will know you have a rooster if kept outdoors.

docile, friendly, hardy, good layers (30grams) low crowing roosters - Daniel, Herts,

I keep a Serama rooster and some serama hens with my mixed flock of large chickens (Brahamas and wyandottes). The serama rooster is the leader of the flock. They are just a tiny version of a big chicken. They behave just like my other breeds. They are good layers (30 grams) and lay about 5-6 eggs pr week. They eat much less because they are so tiny(300-400) grams and dont need that much space. They allso dont destroy my flower garden due to their tiny size :) Easy and friendly to handle. Best to buy some small chickens or hatching eggs and grow them up ur self to be shure to get them tamed. They will stay in the garden, and is not a flighty chicken breed. They are docile and friendly pets, nice for children. If you breed them they will come out in all different colours, they dont stay true to colourbreeding. The roosters crow is not loud and they can be kept in citygardens. (Its the only rooster breed i can keep where I live because of my neighbours).

- Maria, Herts,

Excellent pets

Perfect Pets - Yvonne, Herts,

Serama chickens are very small so they make great pets if you live in an urban area. We have four and they weigh no more than 16 oz. Very beautiful birds. They are friendly and don’t mind being held. Since they are small you want to make sure they are protected from predators when they are outside and kept warm during the winter if you live in colder states as they do not tolerate the cold well.

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