Late Spring Hatch-A-Thon!

The Clone Project 😉

I want to show off some of the pretties we’re hatching this year at Oregon Serama!

First off, a little about this years hatch. This is a big hatch for us, because I’m only hatching once this year (I hope)! So I’ve gotta make it count. We’re working on type, increasing our pool of silkie feathered birds, and hatching for two color projects: blue and chocolate.

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How To Sex Your Serama Chicks

serama chicks

It’s spring and in the spring there are chicks, and when there are chicks, there are folks asking, “Is this chick a boy or a girl?” And if you’re like me, you’re also crossing your fingers and chanting, “Girls! Girls! Girls!” in your head!

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Hey, Long Time No See!

Hello dear readers! If I still have any! 😉

So it turns out I may not be the blogging enthusiast I imagined myself to be. I guess it’s been around a year since I started this blog, then left it to the crickets. My plans for this space were ambitious, but life is busy and lends itself more to casual writing, so maybe that’s where I’ll take things.

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Hello Serama World!

Hello and welcome to Oregon Serama! I’m Jacqueline, it’s nice to meet you. 🙂

I am so thrilled to get this blog going so I can share my passion with others who are beginning their journey with seramas. These little birds stole my heart back in 2015. I began with a small flock of 6 and let chicken math take over from there! I am a little embarrassed, but mostly proud to admit that I am a Crazy Chicken Lady. Continue reading