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Old 10-27-2012, 07:23 PM
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"Useful" is really dependent on what you are looking to have in the chicks mutations

With dominant mutations like spangle and yellowface it is important to actually want those mutations in the chicks, because you will have plenty of them very quickly

I love yellowface violet spangles myself If you have a violet to pair him with you would have some gorgeous chicks on your hands... especially if he is masking or split for opaline ... although you will have them regardless really with a yellowface df spangle in the mix