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Hey Guys,
What would I get from:
A Grey Opaline **** x YF2 Grey opaline, cinnamon pied hen
A YF2 Sky blue **** x Grey opaline cinnamon pied hen?
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Grey Opaline **** x YF2 Grey opaline, cinnamon pied hen
100% opaline
Mostly Greys maybe some blues
About 50% YFT2
Depends on what type of pied you have...
Males will be split for cinnamon

YF2 Sky blue **** x Grey opaline cinnamon pied hen
Normal
About 50% YFT2
Greys and blues
Depends on what type of pied you have...
Males split for cinnamon and opaline

I need to know what type of pieds the birds are. Different pieds work differently. Photos would be great as well.
 

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A Grey Opaline **** x YF2 Grey opaline, cinnamon pied hen
If the grey is single factor in both birds & the YF2 is also single factor you can expect:
25% single factor grey opaline
25% single factor grey yellow face opaline
12.5% double factor grey opaline
12.5% double factor grey yellow face opaline
12.5% blue opaline
12.5% blue yellow face opaline
If the pied type is dominant half of the chicks will be pied. If the pied type is recessive you won't get any pieds unless the **** bird is split for recessive pied. You will only get cinnamon chicks if the **** is split for cinnamon

A YF2 Sky blue **** x Grey opaline cinnamon pied hen?
Assuming the mutations are single factor:
25% grey
25% YF grey
25% blue (shades depending on the dark factor of the hen)
25% YF blue
Opaline & cinnamon will only show if the **** bird is split for either or both mutations
 
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