Chickens have been a feature of human society for centuries. The original content of the main land of South Asia, chickens all over the world with travelers and sailors, reaching every continent on earth. Silkies rooster a variety of chicken, often weighing no more than 2 pounds. and standing less than 12 inches high. Silkies come in a wide range of colors from black to white and red and gray. Gray Silkies are quiet, docile and easy to collect, so the chickens exceptional new owners. 1 Buy the chicks according to what purpose his Silkies be used for. Many owners are content just to keep Silkies as pets, which allows owners to buy stocks of lower quality at lower prices. Homeowners who want to show their Silkies should buy their young in stock show, show-quality birds are more difficult to find and the demand for a higher price. Talk to an experienced driver grey clutch Silkie to learn the standard Silkie and know what to look for in a show bird. 2 Create a cooperative for Silkies. Hen usually include a near fine gauge wire and a small building to house their birds, so that an old shed or storage area is ideal. Silkies are small birds, so that a minimum of 4 square feet of space per bird is enough. Add a row of nest boxes inside the building. Silkies are excellent brooders and easily put in wooden boxes, metal or plastic. 3 Contact with Silkie breeder set up to buy their shares. Let the breeder know if you want to pet or show quality stock, and can help you select the right bird. If you are interested in raising their own offspring immediately, buying larger values. If the purchase of chicks, you'll have to wait at least 6 months before their birds are old enough to mate. Make sure you only buy one or two roosters and a number of hens, roosters, and many are fighting for mating rights and injure each other. 4 Place chicken in their new cooperation, keeping his cock and hens separate for a few days. Provide clean food dishes and water for his chickens, allowing them to explore cooperation and become familiar with their surroundings. Silkies are simple eaters and will gladly pick commercial chicken feed, but can be supplemented with cracked corn to put more weight on your birds, if you plan on display. 5 Turn your rooster with your hens loose, once you become familiar with the cage. It will show them, cackling, ruffling their feathers and strutting near the hen. A hen will still receptive, squatting and allow the cock to his mount. Chickens can be very vocal during mating, so do not be alarmed if your birds produce a riot. 6 Notice their chickens for signs of nesting behavior. A successful mating will result in a grey clutch of one to five eggs, the hen sits on and incubate for 21 days before hatching. The chicken can become nervous and restless in their nest when pups are born, often help out of their shells. Check that the chicks for signs of disease or deformity, and replace soiled linens with clean nesting material to keep their new Silkie chicks safe and healthy. . . .