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Hi, I haven't b een on since forever. I moved, buillt a bird room and expanded. My question. I bred a colbalt and white dominant pied male to an olive/yellow spangle hen. They had 3(what appears to be violets) with grey wings one grey, and one yellow and grey pied. The grey colors are various shades. They are still u nder 4 weeks, so I'm not sure how the colors will be. My question is, does anyone have a picture of a violet with grey wings or a yellow and grey pied. I have never seen any before. This is the first time this male has bred. I've h ad him 2 years. I will post a picture in another week.

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Without pictures it is hard to know but if some of the chicks are grey then probably your hen is grey green not olive. Also it is possible that the **** bird is violet sky and not cobalt. If one of the chicks is a greywing both parents must be split for the mutation
 
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