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Dear all,

please let me know what will be the outcome of this pair, i have attached pictures for your reference

please guide me as i wants to get Japnese helicopter in fallow


waiting for your suggestions

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Dear all,

please let me know what will be the outcome of this pair, i have attached pictures for your reference

please guide me as i wants to get Japnese helicopter in fallow


waiting for your suggestions

Regards
All of the chicks will be split to fallow, and none of them will show that specific mutation. To get more fallows, you'll need to breed one of the chicks directly to another Fallow, or to another bird that is split for fallow.

Unfortunately, I do not know how the helicopter genes are passed down, so maybe someone else can chime in on that part.

Are those your breeding cages? Is that clay pot what you plan on using as a nest box? If so, I highly suggest changing that out for a regular next box that you can hang on the outside of the cage. That way you will have easy access to clean it and monitor the eggs and chicks. This will be vital for the health of all your chicks.

The breeding cages look like they could use a good scrubdown as well. The cleaner, the better.
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Regarding cleaning and clay pots I totally agree with Michelle

Japanese Helicopter (Hagoromo Crest) is feather mutation like crest and works the same way

Your pairing is ok to avoid inbreeding starting with two pairs is recommended

Crossbreeding the visual crested chicks will give you the desired result
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Thanks both of you
Regarding cleaning and clay nest boxes you are right but I am using the same since I started and my cages are designed for this
In future I will try to shift to wooden nest boxes

Once again thanks
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I agree with the above posts, be sure to clean your cage. Please check out the Stickies about breeding, there's no such thing as too much research on it.
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