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Old 04-01-2017, 08:24 AM
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So I have been researching rather thoroughly in terms of my pair but am just wanting the pieces put together for me as I am struggling.

Male: Normal Sky Blue Sf Yellowface II
Female: Cinnamon Sky Blue Recessive Pied

So what I pull from this is:
1. Both will have Sky Blue as the dark factor.
2. 50% will be normal/cinnamon(in other words "split" for cinnamon?) and 50% will be normal
3. I'm lost with the Sf Yellowface - Recessive Pied so some clarity on that and possible outcomes will be greatly appreciated.

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Old 04-01-2017, 12:58 PM
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From the photo you have posted, your male looks more yellow face type I to me. The yellow colour on the mask is more pale when compared to yellow face type II and he has retained the blue colour on his plumage (yellow hasn't spread into blue body feathers).

From my understanding all male chicks from that pairing will be split (carrying the gene in hidden form) for cinnamon. All chicks regardless of gender will also be split for recessive pied on the mother's part.
You should expect most chicks to look like their father, some will be yellow face and others will not.

Depending on the hidden genes from both parents, you could possibly get surprises.
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Thanks everyone.

What I do know is the breeder in particular has his speciality in recessive pieds. So yeah. Babies should be interesting.

Was entering them and their ring numbers into databases today and it has a genetic predictor so I should be able to get a rough idea of outcomes.

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Thanks everyone.

What I do know is the breeder in particular has his speciality in recessive pieds. So yeah. Babies should be interesting.

Was entering them and their ring numbers into databases today and it has a genetic predictor so I should be able to get a rough idea of outcomes.

~SASB
It is always so exciting waiting to see! What database are you using that has a genetic predictor?
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