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A Silkied American Serama can be born from two smooth parents because the gene is recessive. Their featherings are far less "fluffy" than seen on Silkies because the feathers of the Silkied American Serama have a certain hardness. They still carry the single comb, no top knot nor feathered legs.  The Silkied American Serama will be a different "breed" for acceptance by the national poultry clubs in America and Europe.    These are some of the Silkied American Seramas that have been bred from our smooths carrying this recessive.  They are soft, adorable and sweet birds.



A very young Lulin Cotton out of our Ch. Lulin X-Factor. spring 2011


Grownup Ch. Lulin Cotton


2011 cockerel


2012 pullet


2011 hen  Lulin Silk Stockings







2012 Champion Silkied American Serama





2015

From Wheaten stock.






2012 cockerel