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I have 2 "pairs" (maybe in the future) and I was wondering what their babies mutations would be.

Yo-Yo Britches normal mauve split opaline, recessive pied, and green


and Faith double factor dominant pied


Mango opaline greywing grey green


and Butter YF2 grey dominant pied greywing


Thanks!
 

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Ok thanks. That is what his previous breeder said. Thanks for clearing that up. He is still in quarantine and I can't wait till he and the rest join the flock! lol
 

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I just looked quick but I would say if you are correct with your color mutations and they aren't split for anything that we don't already know about here are the results. Just keep in mind that you could get some surprises if they are split for something.

normal mauve / opaline recessive pied
sky blue double factor dominant pied

blue cobalt and mauve
single dominant pied
some opaline females
some chicks split for recessive pied and opaline

grey wing grey green opaline
dominant pied grey wing YFT2 grey

Greens green greys and greys
grey wings and normals
opaline females
 

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I just looked quick but I would say if you are correct with your color mutations and they aren't split for anything that we don't already know about here are the results. Just keep in mind that you could get some surprises if they are split for something.

normal mauve / opaline recessive pied
sky blue double factor dominant pied

blue cobalt and mauve
single dominant pied
some opaline females
some chicks split for recessive pied and opaline

grey wing grey green opaline
dominant pied grey wing YFT2 grey

Greens green greys and greys
grey wings and normals
opaline females
If the greens are split for blue you will get blues as well.
 

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Yo-Yo Britches normal mauve split opaline, recessive pied (NOT green)
and Faith double factor dominant pied:

25% SF dominant pied cobalt females
25% SF dominant pied opaline cobalt female
50% SF dominant pied cobalt males
No recessive pied unless the hen is also split. If she is split for recessive pied any recessive pieds that appear will be combined with dominant pied. Because the **** has 2 dark factors & the hen has none, all the chicks will have 1 dark factor (cobalt)

Mango opaline greywing grey green
and Butter YF2 grey dominant pied greywing

25% opaline greywing females
25% opaline dominant pied greywing females
25% greywing males
25% dominant pied greywing males
Colours will be green & grey green if Mango in not split for blue. If Mango is split for blue you will also get grey, blue & yellow face
 

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That is what his previous breeder said. Thanks for clearing that up.
Oh goodness Jennie sorry for that confusion! You know I have had too long of a week at work when I am making up splits that I know dont even exist lol!:rolleyes:

My bad on that guys I told her that hehe :eek: He is split for opaline and recessive pied though I swear! lol :p ;)
 

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Haha thanks :) Mango is not split for blue. I bred him to a YF2 skyblue opaline greywing female and just got yellows like him and of course all were greywing. I was also thinking about these 2

Muffin, skyblue yellow face type 2 greywing split for opaline


and Kiwi type 2 yellow face opaline greywing sky blue


Would all those be skyblue, YF2, opaline, and greywing? Just like the parents?

Thanks :)
 

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Oh goodness Jennie sorry for that confusion! You know I have had too long of a week at work when I am making up splits that I know dont even exist lol!:rolleyes:

My bad on that guys I told her that hehe :eek: He is split for opaline and recessive pied though I swear! lol :p ;)
:giggle: Take a nap! :D
 
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