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Old 06-10-2015, 07:57 AM
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Default Breeding my YF cobait budgies

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I have a 2-year-old male SF YF1 cobait opaline budgie and 11-month-old female SF YF2 cobait opaline budgie, to breed.

Male SF YF1 cobait opaline budgie is spilt for violet, as his mother were SF violet-cobait opaline budgie. His father were SF YF1 cobait normal budgie.

Would their future chicks be all YF2 cobait opaline in both double factor & single factor ???

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Hi Clinton, your male won't be split for violet as it is dominant so if her had the gene he would be showing it visually.

All the chicks will be Cobalt (I assume thats what you mean?) and Opaline. Some will be sf yf2, some sf yf1, some will be neither and some will be both. I imagine the combination will make it very tricky to tell what they are in reality. You'll end up with some birds that you can't be sure of.
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