Originally Posted by sunna
i dont think it would be that simple with a cock that is split for both opaline and cinnamon. Do the cinnamon and opaline gene move together all the time? cant some chicks be opaline and not cinnamon, or the other way round? cud someone please explain.
Cinnamon and opaline are entirely different genes, not moving together. In other words, cinnamon means cinnamon only, opaline means opaline only. If both cinnamon and opaline are present, then both cinnamon and opaline appearing together. It depends on the cock whether what gene is he split to ? This also depends on his parentage whether you are aware of their mutation or not.