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Old 12-29-2014, 01:00 AM
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a couple of days ago I went to our local birds market and got two lovely single factor dominant paid pair from a breeder, I was looking for duple factor but what I found was babies or very small in size, so I went with those, their size was good and their color is great, I instantly fell in love with them,



I named them David and Mary "prince charming and snow white in once upon a time",

so I want to know what to except if I breed them together, and if I breed each with my other pair



the male is df dominant paid split for lutino, the female is Olive Green, SF Violet, Opaline

sf dominant paid (M) + olive green, sf Violet, Opaline (F) = ???
df dominant paid split for lutino + sf dominant paid (F) = ???

and finally

sf dominant paid (M) + sf dominant paid (F)= ???

thanks and sorry for the long question .

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Hi guys

a couple of days ago I went to our local birds market and got two lovely single factor dominant paid pair from a breeder, I was looking for duple factor but what I found was babies or very small in size, so I went with those, their size was good and their color is great, I instantly fell in love with them,



I named them David and Mary "prince charming and snow white in once upon a time",

so I want to know what to except if I breed them together ...
This blue pair is lovely! Both are sky blue opaline sf dominant pied.

Chick outcomes are:
25% sky blue opaline
50% sky blue opaline sf dominant pied
25% sky blue opaline df dominant pied

Are you sure they're not related to each other? If so, you should not breed them due to possibility of genetic defects.
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the male is df dominant paid split for lutino, the female is Olive Green, SF Violet, Opaline

sf dominant paid (M) + olive green, sf Violet, Opaline (F) = ???
Chick outcomes are:
Since the parents are light green and olive, all chicks will be dark green (and half will be violet, too).

Male chicks:
25% dark green sf dominant pied split to ino and opaline
25% dark green sf violet sf dominant pied split to ino and opaline
25% dark green sf dominant pied split to opaline
25% dark green sf violet sf dominant pied split to opaline
Female chicks:
25% dark green lutino sf dominant pied
25% dark green sf violet lutino sf dominant pied
25% dark green sf dominant pied
25% dark green sf violet sf dominant pied

By the way, I use this calculator: Genetic Calculator 1.3 Budgerigars

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Sky blue opaline sf dominant pied cock bird x olive sf violet opaline hen:

25.0% dark green opaline split to blue
25.0% dark green sf dominant pied opaline split to blue
25.0% dark green sf violet opaline split to blue
25.0% dark green sf violet opaline sf dominant pied split to blue

All the chicks will be dark green split to blue unless the hen is split to blue. If so, half the chicks will be dark green split to blue and the other half will be cobalt.

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Light green df dominant pied / lutino cock bird x sky blue opaline sf dominant pied hen:

Male chicks:
25.0% light green sf dominant pied /blue ino opaline
25.0% light green df dominant pied /blue ino opaline
25.0% light green sf dominant pied /blue opaline
25.0% light green df dominant pied /blue opaline
Female chicks:
25.0% light green sf dominant pied /blue
25.0% light green df dominant pied /blue
25.0% light green sf dominant pied /blue
25.0% light green df dominant pied /blue

All the chicks will be light green split to blue unless the cock bird is split to blue. If so, half the chicks will be light green split to blue and the other half will be sky blue.
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thank you very much Susan for taking the time and answer my qustion, I really really appreciate it ,

and regards the blue pair, the breeder said they are not related .
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Congratulations on your new budgies and hopping to see the breeding journal soon best of luck
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thank you very much Susan for taking the time and answer my qustion, I really really appreciate it ,

and regards the blue pair, the breeder said they are not related .
They look alike though, if I would be you, I'll mix the pairs, just to avoid possibility of inbreeding.
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