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Malaysian Serama Rooster
Size of egg compared to a quarter.
Size of week-old chicks compared to brooder bulb.
Malaysian Serama Hen
I am one of only two US breeders of Malaysian Seramas to have imported my breeding stock legally through USDA quarantine and US Customs. My flock is certified Newcastle, Avian Influenza, and Pullorum Typhoid-free. As a certified NPIP hatchery, my flock is tested for PT every year. My breeders originate from Kelantin, a Malaysian State where the Serama originated from, and I am able to offer Seramas in Class A, B, & Pet Quality. Class A is 350 grams or less at 5 months of age (shipping time), Class B is 351-500 grams, and Pet Quality is a bird with a serious fault for showing and considered the least in quality standards. If I have a particularly friendly bird in breeding quality, I usually transfer them to Pet Quality. I have two different bloodlines and multiple color variations. The gram weight of my males start at 319 , and my females start at 322. I have an excellent bloodline and very tiny birds of good nature. I do not mass produce these birds. I am only interested in producing a limited number of birds each year of both quality and excellent health. I do NOT require a signed contract in order to purchase my birds. I make them available under the same terms as my other breeds. However, I don’t recommend Seramas for young children without direct supervision of adults. Click on photos to view the Malaysian Serama page.