"Very Rare" Ayam Cemani Hatching Eggs
Now accepting pre-orders for the 2018 spring season
***Egg Orders Are Filled In The Order They Are Received***
***Hatch Rates Are Not Guaranteed, And the Buyer Assumes This Risk***
The Indonesian chicken breed known as “Ayam Cemani” takes ‘dark’ into an entirely different realm. Their feathers are BLACK! Their skin is BLACK! Cut open an Ayam Cemani and you’ll find BLACK muscles anchored to BLACK bones! Even their organs are BLACK! What do you get for all this unrelenting blackness? One of the most rare beautiful chickens in the world; a chicken so spectacular and exotic that it is referred to as the “Lamborghini of poultry.”
In Asia, Ayam Cemani chickens are renowned for the mystical powers of their black meat. They are also known for their extraordinary ink-black feathers that shimmer with a metallic sheen of beetle green and purple. Ayam Cemani chickens are friendly birds, and the hens lay about 60-100 cream-colored eggs their first year. A typical laying cycle lasts for about 20 to 30 eggs, and then the hen will stop laying for three to six months. The eggs are unusually large in proportion to the size of the hen’s body.