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what would be the best pairing for a male light green greywing.
i was thinking a sky blue recessive pied. (since greywing is recessive???) but what would that produce ??.

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Greywing and recessive pied are 2 different genes, so them being recessive or not doesn't matter

From that pairing if neither are split for anything else, you would get all normal light green babies

If you want recessive pieds or greywings, you need to pair them with another bird that is visually one, or split for it

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Greywing and recessive pied are 2 different genes, so them being recessive or not doesn't matter

From that pairing if neither are split for anything else, you would get all normal light green babies

If you want recessive pieds or greywings, you need to pair them with another bird that is visually one, or split for it
i really want a pairing for my greywing ,but i just can't seem to get one that wont produce "normals".here's the birds i have
greywing (male) one i want a partner for.

normal green(male) already paired, but is losing his bond with his partner so i might re pair him. but unlikely.

grey blue(hen) paired to my normal, but like i say there bond is loosing, and also when i bred them i had problems with them ,the cock broke the eggs etc, but the hen was super so i might just re pair her.

DP light green.(i think male but not 100%)

and a lutino female who the petshop and breeder informs me female.

i was going to buy another female for the greywing ,the question is which variety to choose
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If you want greywings, you need a hen that is a visual greywing or split greywing

If you want lutinos, you will need a male ino or one that is split for it too

The reat of them will be blues, greens, and greys from what I can see
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If you want greywings, you need a hen that is a visual greywing or split greywing

If you want lutinos, you will need a male ino or one that is split for it too

The reat of them will be blues, greens, and greys from what I can see
im not really sure what mutation i want lol . just a
outcome that wont be normals .
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Well then a female greywing is your best bet for your male
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Well then a female greywing is your best bet for your male
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