Ayam Cemani has certainly had people talking excitedly about it over the last few years. The day has finally arrived. You’ve collected enough eggs from your hen to start incubating after waiting, and waiting, and waiting.

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You are just 21 long days away from seeing those beautiful chicks and FINALLY, your Ayam Cemani Chicken breeding program is getting started. Well, not quite unless you want to spend a lot of time spinning your wheels and hoping for a little luck!

Unlike other breeds, fibromatosis makes breeding Ayam Cemani challenging.

The tail is held moderately high. Thighs are powerful and muscular. The bird should have 4 toes to each foot.

Feathers are all black and are close-fitting to the body. Skin, eyes, wattles, and comb should all be black. You should see no other color.

The feathers may show a beetle-green to purple iridescence in sunlight.

Do Those Black Chicken Breeds Lay Black Eggs?

Back to the main topic about black chicken eggs. Well, you already know the real fact of Ayam Cemani Chicken and Kadaknath Chicken which has black color inside and outside. Due to this fact, many people believe that Cemani and Kadaknath Chicken can lay black eggs.

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Similar to other chicken types, ayam cemani eggs' color is cream. Has no different color from others. What makes it different happens when the egg yolk which is yellow in the beginning, then it turns slowly into black color (but not black). It happens when the embryo starts to appear which means the egg is of good quality.

 

Just for additional information about Ayam Cemani Meat and black eggs (not chicken eggs), there is one type of bird that can lay black eggs. It is not as solid black as you imagine. It’s very dark in green.

When people are looking for Ayam Cemani Meat and black eggs for sale, most of them will choose Cemani Chicken or Kadaknath Chicken.

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These Ayam Cemani For sale are bred by dedicated breeders and can be found in Europe, America, and its native region of Indonesia. There are only around 3500 left in existence – so it’s not one that your local breeder is likely to have! What’s their personality like? The Ayam Cemani’s are friendly.

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