Serama is the world's smallest chicken breed. Serama originated in Malaysia about 60 years ago and as adults can range from 7oz. to 19oz in size.
These tiny chickens are a hardy, heat tolerant breed that thrives in our hot Arizona climate.
Serama are full of personality and are often raised for show and the roosters make great pets.
They are a fast growing breed and fully feather out in about 3 to 4 weeks. They can start laying eggs between 3 and 4 months of age, unlike full size breeds that can take up to 6 months, depending on the breed.
Not enough space for chickens? Because of their small size, Serama are easy on the landscape, they won't destroy your garden, like full size hens. Serama are perfect for small yards, as they don't require as much space per bird.
Purchase online, pick up ONLY at the farm shop by appointment.