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I paired up a sky blue normal male and a sky blue sf yellowface type I sf spangle female. They produced 7 eggs, 3 of which have hatched so far and number 4 is pipping. Just wondering what mutations I may get from this pair.

Baby no 1 looks like it is going to be some type of blue as colour is just starting to show, although to early for me to tell I am not really that good with mutations. Baby no 3 which hatched yesterday looks like it has clear eyes I would say someone is masking something.

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Half will be normals, half will be sf spangle and half YF I.

you could get
yf I sf spangle
or normal YF I.
sf spangle.
normal.
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Half will be normals, half will be sf spangle and half YF I.

you could get
yf I sf spangle
or normal YF I.
sf spangle.
normal.
with Vargur ... plus all will be sky blue.
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1 of the chicks from the pair above has ended up with red/plum coloured eyes. I assume from this that the male is split for ino. As mum is a yellow face does this mean that this chick may turn out to be a cremino.
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