Serama Bantam is the smallest bantam chicken in the world and highly prized
as living works of art. The weight range for roosters are from 250 grams
to 500 grams while hens range from 200 grams to 350 grams. The height standing
upright, measured from the ground to the top of the comb ranges from 6
inches to 10 inches, with a girth measured from the chest to the vent,
2 inches shorter than the height. Seramas originated from Kelantan in Malaysia
from the result of selective cross breeding of many bantam breeds. Their
chesty, regal and confident bearing are a joy to behold.
beautiful pets and companions, both indoors and outdoors. Their small size
requires very little space and a pair (or trio) of Seramas can be comfortably
caged in a 24 inches x 18 inches cages. Seramas should only be let out
of their cages when they are safe from predators such as dogs, cats and
birds of preys such as hawks, falcons and eagles. Seramas usually raise
a racket should any unfamiliar animal or object be sighted and should be
safe to be on their own as long as there are people within earshot who
can recognize when they are under threat. They make great companions while
gardening and enjoying the mornings/evenings under the porch. Their regal
appearance and natural beauty adds to the splendor of any garden or home.
They are inexpensive to rear as each Serama only consume an average 750
grams of breeder feed per MONTH.