How much do Ayam Cemani hatching eggs cost?

How much do Ayam Cemani hatching eggs cost?

You can expect to pay around $160 for a dozen Ayam Cemani chicken hatching eggs. Unsexed chicks cost about $50 each and pullets are typically not available….

Ayam Cemani Price
Eggs $160 per dozen.
Chick $50 each.
Breeding Pair $5000 per pair.

How much is an Ayam Cemani rooster worth?

Black Indonesian Ayam Cemani Chickens Will Cost You $5,000 a Pair. There’s a whole market out there for exotic breeds of chickens. As in livestock that can cost you anywhere from $50 a bird to thousands of dollar for a pair.

How often do Ayam Cemani lay eggs?

Ayam Cemani Egg Laying Ayam Cemani chickens are not considered to be great egg layers. Hens lay only about one to two eggs a week, for a total of between 60 and 100 eggs a year.

What animal lays a black egg?

Emu Eggs Are Almost Black The Emu, for example, lays a sizeable nearly-black egg. They’re very dark in color but maintain a greenish tint to them.

Why Ayam Cemani is black?

Description. Their beaks, tongues, combs and wattles appear black, and even their meat, bones, and organs are black or gray. Their blood is normally colored. The birds’ black color occurs as a result of excess pigmentation of the tissues, caused by a genetic condition known as fibromelanosis.

How many Frizzled Ayam Cemani hatching eggs are there?

(6) Frizzled Ayam Cemani Hatching Eggs (Ayam Cemani Walik) Shipped in Foam! Only 1 left! (3) Frizzled and (3) White Ayam Cemani Hatching Eggs, Combination Half Dozen!

Is the Ayam Cemani a breed of chicken?

As a breed, the Ayam Cemani is not yet recognized by the American Poultry Association (APA.) Presently, the US Ayam Cemani Breeders Association is currently working on a standard of perfection for this breed. Aesthetically, Ayam Cemanis have extraordinary pitch black feathers, black beak, black skin, black organs and black bones.

What makes Ayam Cemani a black Lamborghini?

This Indonesian breed takes black to the next level! Often referred to as the “Lamborghini of poultry.” Their skin is black, their muscle, bone and organs are black! The bird has a mutant fibromelanistic gene – a gene that deposits excessive black pigment. We have worked very hard on our bloodlines since importing eggs and birds in 2014 and 2015.

Is it possible to hatch 100% of eggs?

Eggs may be marked denoting the different bloodlines included. Hatching eggs are RISKY! You may hatch 100% or you may hatch none at all. We cannot guarantee the distribution of black pigment on chicks. 30% will have color leakages in tongue, mouth and toes.

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