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Old 07-24-2011, 01:12 PM
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Question Double or single factor violet?

Just wondering how you can tell the difference. I know with breeding u can but what would are hen be since she is a visually violet and she had a clutch of 6 chicks and 4 are visually violet.

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try this link out

https://www.****************/gen_violet.html
hope it helps
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Thanks for the link it did help!
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you would have to know the dark factor of the father too. sounds, though, like double factor. 4 of the six have the right dark factor and single factor violet combo to be visual, and the others would hypothetically look cobalt.
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