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Silkied Ayam Cemani get their name from their soft, down like feathering. This feather type is most notably seen in Silkie chickens, but is actually found in over a dozen breeds! Not only does it give them a soft and unique look but also provides them with additional cold weather tolerance. The silkie feathering gene is also recessive, so both parents must carry the gene to produce silkied chicks. Please note that this is still considered a project type of Ayam Cemani, and due to how new they are they will not hatch as consistently dark as standard Ayam Cemani. You may hatch chicks with a clear/pink nail, toe, or minimal amount of white feathering. All chicks will feather out solid black as adults, but only the darkest chicks should be used for breeding to improve additional generations. I am one of a very few that are fortunate enough to have these birds in the United States, which are practically unheard of except for in their native Indonesia. Be one of the first to have these beautifully unique birds in your own flock!


My flock consists of Silkied Ayam Cemani roosters over Silkied and Silkie-split Ayam Cemani hens. This combination produces roughly 75% silkied and 25% splits (carriers for the silkied gene) but your actual ratio may vary depending on the size of the hatch. Fibro coverage can vary from chick to chick. 

Silkied Ayam Cemani Hatching Eggs


Hatching eggs can be shipped via two methods: USPS Priority Mail or FedEx 2-day. Please select and pay according to your preference at checkout. Eggs will be packed in quality egg-shipping foam and boxes will be clearly marked with fragile stickers on all sides. We are happy to offer free, combined shipping for orders over $150!

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