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Asalam-O-Alikum Dear friends and respected seniors,

Before two months i want to try a breed with albino crested(red eyes crested)female with simple fellow male, now it becomes successful and i got some chicks, in these chicks i got some visual crested birds in black eye and rest of them are also black eye simple budgie, which should be either split of fellow or split of albino crested.The chicks are around 15-20 days old today.(unidentified sex)

Because i am not much familiar with budgie genetics thats why i want to know about above said breed to respected seniors, although i read the forum threads usually and i got lots of knowledge from seniors.

My question is that, in these chicks males are fellow split or females are fellow split, or male are albino crested split or female are albino crested splits or vice versa and these chicks are useful for me in second generation or not. (i read an article their perhaps from usaid bhai about breed of fellow crested chick with a set of fellow male and simple crested female in second generation, i also work with this idea and i also got some visual crested birds from them and hope so i am near from required result)

Seniors plz your kind cooperation in this regard highly appreciated and also refer me some websites or useful material to understand the mutation and genetics which is not easy to understand i think!

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ws bro
all male and fem r fallow split
and male also split of ino and fallow both
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Hello there

That sounds like a beautiful pair
All your chicks are split for fallow. Fallow is a recessive mutation and therefore needs two copies to be visual. To get future fallows, pair one of these chicks with another split fallow or visual fallow.

All the males are split for Ino and none of the females are. Because Ino is a sex-linked gene, it needs two copies to be present in males and one copy to be present in females. If you breed a male that is split for Ino with any normal budgie, half of all female chicks will be Ino visually.

All the chicks are also SF Crested. In fact, Crested is a dominant autosomal mutation--in theory, it only needs one copy to be visible. However, Crested genes have incomplete penetration, resulting in chicks known as "Crestbred".
Crestbred chicks are all SF Crested. However, not all of them show the visual gene. Therefore, any of your chicks have the SF crested gene, whether they show it or not. To raise the chances of getting visual chicks, I would personally breed one of your chicks (doesn't matter if they are visual crested or not since all are Crestbred) with a Crested Fallow if this is what you are trying to achieve.

Best of luck and I hope to see some pictures soon of your birds
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thanks for reply and very useful information
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