Except they aren't plain at all.
Ohh! Nice look! :D
Thanks! It's the latest Blogger In Draft thing: easy-to-customize templates! I'm really excited!
It's really pretty, good job!
Thank you! :)
A naive question for Serama breeders: We're in Montana, but I'm interested in getting some Seramas to go with a few of rare/uncommon breeds we have. I read that Seramas can't withstand temperatures of <40 deg. Is that correct? My chicken house is heated, but it does get chilly when it's -30 outside, although I"ve never seen any frostbitten combs.Thanks
Honestly, I'm not sure! I think they can handle lower temperatures but I really don't know.You might want to ask on Backyard Chickens. (The URL is http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/)
Thank you for commenting! I love getting replies!If you have a chicken question, I highly recommend that you visit BackyardChickens.com. There are some brilliant people there, and they can almost certainly answer your questions better than I can.