Silkied Ball Serama

In 2010, I began raising Serama chickens.
In America, everyone follows the standard for upright birds with narrow waists & huge chests.
In Malaysia, there are four types of Serama that are bred. Dragon, Apple, Slim & Ball.
I chose to develop my birds in the Ball style.

I breed birds with the Silkied mutation. These birds are not used in Malaysia.
I call these Silkied Ball Serama - Tribbles

The standard I strive to develop is:

Other Serama are classified by their weight.
I want fat birds so I size my birds by height instead.
I offer them a rich diet & entice them to stuff themselves & become dense little balls.

If you're interested in showing birds, there are no categories anywhere for Silkied Ball Serama.
Shows aren't my thing. I'm into creating extremely lovable pets.
(edit): I have been told that you can show unique birds in a category called 'tabletop'.

My birds for sale are here

My line of Tribbles all started with Peanut & Lil Blue.
They came from two smooth feathered parents.
I still keep a few smooth-feathered hens to breed feather strength into my stock.

Alfie is one of my main studs now

This is Gyda with her first clutch.

Gracie hatches first clutch. Doesn't like camera.

Some babies

Powder, Fifi & Grace are my newest trio

That group includes the beautiful Fifi

I've got some real tiny roosters now



This is Tumbleweed.
Tribbles can look round from any angle.

When I saw a young Tumbleweed sleeping like this,
I realized that I had living Tribbles!
(see reproduction link at bottom of page for origin of name)

Zorro with her chicks hiding in the grass.

Occasionally, a smooth-feathered bird hatches.
Blue Monster - day 1

Snowflake & Meatball

Living Christmas ornaments.

Snowflake at 10 months

My birds for sale are here

Gracie and her chicks... the 3 month old birds... & Worf

To learn about Tribble reproduction details click here!

I am located NorthEast of Dunnellon FL, just off Hwy 40.

Start breeding your own Tribbles & become a part of the WTF

email me

I originally sought to develop these birds because I was sad that Micros live such a short life.
I thought that a bird with an abdominal cavity that wasn't constricted by any standards might have a better chance of survival?

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