Ayam Cemani is an uncommon and relatively modern breed of chicken from Indonesia related to their Indian cousins the Kadaknath. They have a dominant gene that causes hyperpigmentation (fibromelanosis), making the chickens black, including feathers, beak, and internal organs.
The Ayam Cemani are a very docile breed of bird. The hens are also very broody. When one hen goes broody, a few others will alway help her sit and raise the chicks. You will have no trouble creating a second generation from your eggs.
6 Ayam Cemani Fertile Hatching Eggs
6+ Ayam Cemani Fertile Hatching Eggs from our small Pennsylvania NPIP-certified homestead. We have one very handsome all black rooster, as seen in OUR OWN professional farm photos and several beautiful hens. Our birds are spoiled have access to lots grass and bugs, and are essentially free-ranged within a movable fence on our homestead.