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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.

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Old 11-30-2009, 03:34 PM
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hey everyone,
i am going to breed a few of my birds, some now, some in the future, i need your opinions on the pairs & how i should pair them up!! i dont really care about mutations, just chicks & their health!! these are the birds:
COCKS:
1) Greygreen cock - 1 or 2 years old
2) Grey cock - 1 or 2 years old
3) Sky blue cock - 1 or 2 years old
4) Grey opaline spangle (split blue & cinnamon) cock - 2 or 3 years old
5) Sky blue recessive pied cock - 6 months old
6) Light green (split blue) cock - 7 months old
7) Cobalt dom. pied (split opaline) cock - 1 years old

HENS:
1) Green cinnamon wing (split blue) - 1 years old
2) Albino hen - 2 or 3 years old
3) YF2 cobalt opaline spangle (violet factor) hen - 1 or 2 years old
4) Sky blue opaline hen - 1 years old
5) Sky blue cinnamon wing - 6 months old
6) Cobalt cinnamon hen - 10 months old
7) Violetsky hen - 1 years old
8) Greygreen hen - 6 weeks old
9) Green (split blue) - 3 months old

how should they be paired up??
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if you want the best health, go for the healthiest birds lol!
and only breed the ones over 1 year & under 3
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Wow all very nice but we can decide for you really until we have an idea of what mutations you like! Plus we don't the condition of your birds.

Posting some pics helps too!
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Possibly like this provided they are not related

1) Greygreen cock - 1 or 2 years old & 2) Albino hen - 2 or 3 years old
Green & grey green chicks. Males all split for ino. If the cock is split for blue you'd get blues & greys as well


2) Grey cock - 1 or 2 years old & 4) Sky blue opaline hen - 1 years old
Grey & blue chicks. Males split for opaline


3) Sky blue cock - 1 or 2 years old & 7) Violetsky hen - 1 years old
Sky blue and violet sky blue chicks


4) Grey opaline spangle (split blue & cinnamon) cock - 2 or 3 years old & 1) Green cinnamon wing (split blue) - 1 years old
Grey, blue, green & grey green chicks. Female chicks will be Opaline, opaline spangle, opaline cinnamon & opaline spangle cinnamon
Male chicks will be spangle, cinnamon spangle, cinnamon & normal


7) Cobalt dom. pied (split opaline) cock - 1 years old & 3) YF2 cobalt opaline spangle (violet factor) hen - 1 or 2 years old
Half the chicks will be yellow face and they will include all 3 shades of blue and half will be single factor violet. You'd get both sexes of opaline, opaline spangle & normal


The other birds are not old enough to breed yet

If you want to produce any recessive mutations the mutation must be present in both parents.
If you want to produce any sex-linked mutations the mutation must be present in the male
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