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1. If **** and hen are double factor YF1, then what will chicks be -- YF1 or YF2?

2. What **** and hen combination produces a YF2 chick?
 

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They will be YF1 chicks. As none of the parent are YFT2, and a budgie cannot be split for it.
One of the parent has to be the visable mutation for any of the chicks to be YFT2 ( i think) :)
 

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YF1 can only produce YF1.

Two double factor YF1's will be white face blues, and will only produce white faced blue chicks that are also DF YF1's.

You cannot mask YF2 so a single or double factor yellowface two will always be a greeny blue with good yellow colour throughout the body.
 
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