Unleash Your Competitive Spirit: Alabama’s Serama Summer Showdown
By Tom Seest
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If you are thinking about attending the Alabama Serama Days of Summer Show this summer, you are probably wondering what you can expect. The show is a unique experience that brings the Alabama community together to celebrate the summer season. The show features live music, dancing, and other fun activities for the whole family. It also features a cast of talented local actors who come from all over the state to put on a spectacular show. Read on to learn more about the show, its cast, and the cost.
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The Seramas are the smallest chicken breed in the world, with the full-grown rooster’s size about the size of a pigeon. They have a friendly disposition and are easy to handle. As a specialty breed, though, the Seramas require special care.
The Alabama Serama Days of Summer Show is one of the largest shows in the country. Since 2001, this event has brought Seramas to the United States. The breed originated in Malaysia, where they are the most common house pets, surpassing both cats and dogs. There are theories as to how they came to be and were introduced to the United States. Some say they were first brought to America by Thai King Sri Rama, while others date their origins as far back as the 1600s. In 1971, a breeder named Wee Yean Een created the modern Serama bantam, which became one of the most popular types of Seramas.
The Serama Days of Summer Show is a fun event for the whole family. Seramas are the world’s tiniest chicken breed. In fact, their full-grown rooster is about the size of a pigeon. They have a friendly temperament and are easily handled. However, they are a specialty breed, which means they require specialized care.
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