Ever want a bird that is so domesticated it'll never bite you, one that can't learn how to swear or one that can live indoors or out? Well this might be your answer!
Seramas are the smallest chicken breed in the world and have only been in the US for a little over a decade so they'll still pretty rare. They only grow to be approximately the size of a soda can. (The last photo is of their fully adult father standing next to a water bottle so you can get an idea of their size.) These two are hatchmates that popped out of their eggs on March 2, . One is frizzled (curly feathers) and the other is smooth. They have been living outside for the past month but are used to being handled and being indoors and out. They're very friendly little fellows and best yet their crow is as pathetically tiny as they are - only reaching 1/3 the volume of a regular rooster. They're also pretty quiet. Most of my boys go off a few times at dawn and are pretty content to stay silent the rest of the day.
These are pet roosters. You can even buy them diapers! They're happy to live in a traditional chicken run, a rabbit hutch, a parrot cage, or a critter cage. Plus their feed is extremely cheap. Expect to pay less $5 or less a month on food for a single bird.
If you have any questions please e-mail me. I will try to reply as quick as I can. And sorry I do not have any hens at this time but I may have different colors and varieties of Serama roosters throughout the warmer months. Thanks.