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This is a pair that I am looking at. The female is YF albino correct? What is the male? I don't know what its back looks like but I was just curious his mutation and their outcomes. Thanks

 

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The male is a dominant pied and he looks like he could be double factor.

If he is double factor dominant pied all the chicks will be dominant pied as well as any other mutation that appears. If he is single factor dominant pied half of the chicks will be dominant pied.

When breeding from an albino it is harder to predict the outcome because the ino mutation can mask most other mutations. If she is not masking anything and the male is not split for ino you won't get any ino chicks

If the male is not split for blue all the chicks will be green series but if he is split for blue you will get some blues and some yellow faces as well as greens
 

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the hen is a yf2 albino and the male is either a green and yellow reccesive pied or dominant(not sure on my siggy,the blueish one(hen) is dominant pied but a juvenile so yahh
 
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