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Hey guys, we have 4 little baby budgies from a new pair, Rocket and Iris. These two appear to be very fertile, 5 babies hatched and one egg remained, although this egg was fertile and was a few days off hatching when it died. I know this for sure because the hen (Iris) chucked the egg from the nest when the oldest baby was nearly 2 weeks old. The fifth baby died a day after it hatched . But we still have 4 babies left, and I can't wait for their colours to turn up!! Since this is a new pair, we were a little worried, as we didn't think they've ever bred before. but they seem to be doing fine. I suspect the hen may have bred before, she is flawless in rearing this lot. Does anyone know what colours may crop up? Iris is a Mauve, and Rocket is a sky blue pied (recessive, or maybe danish, sometimes his feathers glitter like a danish). I am curious, and very excited, I love breeding budgies for their colours. I'll post pics just as soon as I can find my camera cord!

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100% cobalt split for recessive pied.danish pied and recessive pied should be the same thing.maybe you meant to say dutch pied which is another name for clearflight pied.If so 50% would be clearflight pied.
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I agree with nazvolt, all blue series with one dark factor(cobalts) and split for recissive pied. We would love to see any pics you have! And pics of the parents also if you have them

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what mutation does the dad have
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