Ayam Cemani (Ah-y-ah-m, ce-ma-ni)
6 + 1 Hatching eggs
Ayam Cemani, referred to as the “Lamborghini of poultry”,is an uncommon and relatively modern breed of chicken from Indonesia. They have a dominant gene that causes hyperpigmentation or Fibromelanosis, making the chicken entirely black; including feathers, beak, and internal organs.
With their beak and tongue, black comb and wattles, the Ayam Cemani is one of the most beautiful chickens in the world. Cemanis lay cream-colored eggs with a slight pink tint, however they are poor setters and rarely hatch their own brood.
Poultry Show Class: No official Show Class at this time.
Weights: Hen-----4 ½ lbs Rooster-----5 ½ lbs
Egg Shell Color:Light Brown
Egg Production:60-100 eggs per year
Mating Ratio:10 Females to 1 Male
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Posted by Amanda Rowland on Mar 21st 2018
Bought 6 but only 4 hatched successful. One just never developed and the other started developing but stopped. It happens but the 4 that hatched were all very healthy when they hatched and are doing great. Not to mention SO cute!
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