The scrap metal (Besi Buruk) female with her chick
  • The female serama does most of the work for you and you don’t worry about turning the eggs manually or control the temperature of incubators

  • A broody female serama will usually hatch out a good percentage of eggs than you will get in a brooding machine 

  • Natural hatching will help the serama chicks grow up, healthy and strong compare to those chicks producing via incubator 

  • The mother serama will always be able to protect her chicks and teach them how to drink and eat 

  • Nothing beats watching the mother serama take her babies out to exploration, or seeing their little heads poke out from between her wings, or watching them walk all over her back while she sits patiently

5 Surprising benefits of having a Serama you didn’t know about!!!

1. You’ll feel less stressed
There have been lots of researches that have shown how pets decrease stress levels. Petting your Serama, playing with your Serama and simply watching your serama’s pride walk can reduce your stress each day.

2. Your social life may improve
People are more likely to stop and talk with you when you are taking them to the park or vacation spot. It also provides several ways for you to meet new people in the neighbourhood, such as at the Serama show, the vet and the coffee shop. And, of course, seramas are always a great topic of conversation.

3. You will feel safer
Rooster (male serama) will crow at all time and in response to a range of seemingly not safe, like a sound of a vehicle at midnight (car, truck, bikes) or someone walking into their coop which in results increase your sense of security.

4. You’re less likely to feel depressed
The benefits of Serama ownership extend your mental health as well. Serama owners are less likely to be depressed and caring for a Serama helps relieve symptoms of depression and encourage people to be more positive.

5. You can make money part-time or full-time breeding Serama ($$$)
Select the right and quality serama is a must for beginners. Buy a pair of serama from trusted breeders / sellers and put it in shows to prove it. And then you can sell them if you get a good offer or reserve for breeding project. If you want to be a good Serama breeder and make good money, and have a great name for yourself that others will pass along for you, please ensure that you have done your internal Research & Development (R&D) before you breed. Good luck!

Here is some of the best health advise to manage your Serama if you experience problems removing the dried chicken poop stuck on their butts.

Solution #1 Need to soak her in a tub of warm water (about 33 - 35 Degrees C) and get that all cleaned off. After the cleaning process is complete see if it happens again, get a pair of Gloves and just rinse her/his bottom side under the water until it's all disappeared. Perhaps you can add some dish washing liquid.

Solution #2 Use a raw cotton ball (if available) to apply some olive/veggie oil around her butt, so the poo does not stick again

Solution #3 Simply feed them this herbal remedy capsule "Ubat Hijau" once a week and eventually all health problems will be resolved

Plucky, confident, and with a hint of bravado, the Serama originate in the Malaysian state of Kelantan.

The bird is a result of cross breeding of the Malaysian wild fowl and Japanese bantam. It first emerged decades ago as a decorative pet for Malaysia's state sultans before gaining a broader public following from the 1980s.

According to experts, there are about 250,000 Serama in Malaysia.

Bold bird: It is important for the prized Serama chicken to be able to dazzle judges with their display of confidence and good posture.

However, they are also popular in the United States and Europe where they have dedicated fan clubs.The tiny Serama are characterized by their upright posture, full breast and vertical tail feathers.

However, what they lack in stature they make up for in cockiness. In Malaysia they are described as brave warriors and archangel chickens, because of their very human like appearance.

However, they are the smallest breed of chicken in the world. Typically under 500g there are even smaller birds - at just under 250g - being bred in Malaysia.


Super SIC 02 (Sibling)

Above shows remarkable photo of our own Kubing bloodline boy "Super SIC 01-03" @ son of the Putera Alam 05 v/s breeding pullet 01. He is well equipped with Heart-shaped chest, wings that hang straight to the ground, medium size of neck, recommended height and of course a good number of match sticks on his comb. This is the results of our 5 years effort on Research & Development (R&D) in SN mini farm.

Anak A Kubing ini kod dia 01 dari Induk Projek Kubing 01 tapisan anak kali ketiga di anak "A" ini. Anak ini menetas hanya dua beradik sahaja dan dua2 anak Jantan. Anak A ni dinamakan Super SIC 01-03 ini semakin menujul and semakin bergaya. Super SIC 01-03 ini juga adalah tapisan ke-5 keturunan sulaman darah Raja Alam moyang dia. Ini lah hasil GSN dalam tempoh 5 tahun ni, walaupun cutting makin berbeza berbanding dengan Generasi 1 atau Gen 2 tetapi Muka masih Halus macam "Raja Alam".
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