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I am starting to look at what pairings I will be doing towards the end of the year and wanting some advice. My goal is to breed ino males. I know that to get male inos that both the mum and dad have to have the gene. I have a cobalt blue male that is split ino if I breed him with a ino female would I have a 50% chance of males and 50% chance of females.

My other question is I have a dark eyed clear lutino male is this a dominant gene. If I bred him with a lutino female will I get lutinos with red eyes or dark eyes.

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For the first pair, you'd get 50% normal chicks, males split for ino and 50% ino chicks, half male, half female.

For the second pair, clear birds with dark eyes are not inos at all. Inos must have red eyes. A clear bird with black eyes will either be a dark eyed clear (clearflight pied + recessive pied) or a double factor spangle.

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