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Jul
30th
Tue
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Forced ending of hobby

Hi all,

Unfortunately I am forced to quit my hobby as a Ayam Cemani breeder, due to an exciting career opportunity abroad. For those who are interested in breeding Ayam Cemani’s, please look at websites like www.marktplaats.nl Here you can find breeders of Ayam Cemani’s that might ship eggs to the USA and other countries within Europe. I noticed that there is a breeder in the USA asking 5000 dollar per juvenile pair. I am strongly convinced that this price is WAY to high for these birds. If you search for the eggs in Europe you will most probably find them for 60 (american) bugs per juvenile bird. 

If you have any questions, feel free to email me. Unfortunately I cannot respond as fast as I would like to, as my job consumes a lot of my time.

All the best to you and I hope that you all can help develop this incredible bird to become more common!

Take care,

Tim.

Jul
17th
Tue
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Birds used for breeding 2012-2013! I will be using two different bloodlines! Stay tuned :-)

Jun
25th
Mon
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Selling 10 Cemanis/ Verkoop van 10 Cemanis

This morning I decided to sell 10 of my Cemanis! For photos, prices and further information, please contact me.

Vanmorgen heb ik besloten 10 Cemanis te verkopen. Voor foto’s, prijzen en informatie even contact opnemen.

Jun
23rd
Sat
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These young birds don’t lay eggs yet!

Hi all! I am receiving many questions about exporting Cemani eggs. Because the birds are still very young (most of them are just 3 months old), they do not lay eggs yet. As soon as they start laying, a selection will be made. I will keep some eggs for myself, but most of them will be transported! I am currently planning to ship them to India and the US. I will keep you guys informed! If you would like to buy some eggs, please contact me.

Jun
21st
Thu
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The black blood fairy tale

I often get the question if my birds have black blood. The story that Ayam Cemani’s have black blood is a fairy tale, whereas it is scientifically impossible to have black blood. Blood transfers oxygens for muscles to move. And when the oxygen in the blood attaches to the blood cells, blood will always turn red. So no black blood for the Cemani’s! This also explains why sometimes the head of roosters turns slightly red. The blood is right under the skin and makes the roosters’ wattles turn red!

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Still growing! Here are some pictures of the older ones and the younger chicks. They are pleased to live in their new homes!

Apr
18th
Wed
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They are growing fast! Here are some pictures! Stay tuned :-)

Apr
4th
Wed
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First photo’s of my Ayam Cemani chickens!

Apr
3rd
Tue
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First blog!

Hi there!

This is my first message about my brand new blog about the Ayam Cemani chickens. A couple of weeks I FINALLY found some of the rarest breeding eggs in the world! Three weeks later (after hedging 42 eggs) I became the proud owner of 16 healthy Ayam Cemani chickens. I’ll use this blog to keep you posted about my Ayam Cemani adventure!

Take great care,

Tim