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Teegzy 08-02-2010 10:18 AM

How to get a cinnamon
 
What mutations in hen & cock birds do you
need to breed cinnamons? Just curious.

MallyKat 08-02-2010 10:34 AM

donuts! (ba dom tch! *drum nosie*)

Not sure Teegz, poor knowledge of breeding...don't you have some cinnamons?

Teegzy 08-02-2010 11:09 AM

nooppe. well I think petunia is.
Im very curious how cinnamon
was first produced. Hmm... google!

jimjam&sonny 08-02-2010 11:21 AM

Hi Tegan,
If you breed a:
Cinnamon cock x cinnamon hen = all cinnamon chicks,
Cinnamon cock x normal hen = normal split cinnamon cocks & cinnamon hens
Normal Split cinnamon cock x cinnamon hen = Some cinnamon cocks & cinnamon hens
Normal cock x cinnamon hen = Normal split cinnamon cocks & normal hens.

Hope thats it? Someone with more knowledge might correct me :), hope this helps :D

Teegzy 08-02-2010 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jimjam&sonny (Post 670981)
Hi Tegan,
If you breed a:
Cinnamon cock x cinnamon hen = all cinnamon chicks,
Cinnamon cock x normal hen = normal split cinnamon cocks & cinnamon hens
Normal Split cinnamon cock x cinnamon hen = Some cinnamon cocks & cinnamon hens
Normal cock x cinnamon hen = Normal split cinnamon cocks & normal hens.

Hope thats it? Someone with more knowledge might correct me :), hope this helps :D

great thanks, so how did the first cinnamon come
about? Surely from other mutations?

barrie 08-02-2010 11:39 AM

You do need a visible cinnamon and just pair that to your chosen hen.

You are curious how cinnamon produces Tegan, we created mutations by breeding together two birds of the same new developed mutations, in this case two cinnamons.


we can see these mutations in the wild sparrows with white on their wings and pied blackbirds , sadly the chance of two of these finding partners of the same mutation are slim due to the millions of these species in the wild.


we can do somethings that nature struggles to do, not many things though i might add :)

tonic 08-02-2010 05:58 PM

as nev said, originally it would have been a mutation on a gene that someone recognised as something new and bred more from.


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