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rita2paul
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serama

Post by rita2paul » 04 May 2018, 13:59

just purchased some serama eggs off ebay, i have them in a Rcom 20 humidity set at 45 temp at 37.5 i hope this will be ok, i just keep getting mixed reports on how hatch these birds, any advice would be brilliant. this incubator is a good one with some great results on my other chickens, quails and ducks. :grin:

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Re: serama

Post by rita2paul » 04 May 2018, 22:14

anyone hatch these chickens, some advice would be great. also
on rearing them.

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Re: serama

Post by CP » 05 May 2018, 10:04

Sorry, I don't have any experience with Serama. I was hoping someone would answer your question, though we don't have as many people on here as we did before.

I would have thought they incubated the same as any other chicken breed?

There is a serama thread in the Breeds section but don't think there's much info there about hatching. http://forums.thepoultrykeeper.co.uk/vi ... 366f451c96

You could try the Serama Club? http://www.seramaclubgb.co.uk/

Good luck with the hatch! :grin:
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