• You can leave everything up to Mother Nature - whatever will be, will be

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

  • Watching a good mother serama teaching her chicks how to find food and sand bathe etc.

  • 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

Note: This post was made solely on the facts and our own personal experience in serama breeding

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