NC - Seramas

by Burch
(Gastonia, NC)





I Love my seramas!! I have obtained them from all over and I really have a nice color selection. I only have smooth seramas as of right now but I will have some silkie seramas soon. I am currently working on being NPIP certified but until then I can assure you I have some happy and healthy birds! They free range daily and are very docile! Please contact me with any questions you may have. My email is burchfield718@gmail.com
Thank you,
Burch

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