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I'm just curious what possible mutations I could get with some of my birds. The males are all too young yet, and I may never do it. I'm just curious.

Possible pairs:
sky blue hen X grey greywing ****
sky blue hen X yf 2 recessive pied cobalt (the flash has changed his color drastically. I believe him to be a cobalt or maybe a violet as in sunlight he looks purple and his cheek patches are coming in purple) opaline greywing/clearwing (?)
sky blue hen X sf dominant pied green ****
grey green hen X lutino ****
grey green hen X grey greywing ****
grey green hen X sf dominant pied green ****

Thanks for any ideas. And your time.
 

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Oh, and as a side note, I have looked at a ton of websites and I think I know what will happen in the lutino crosses and the dom. pied with either of my hens. I just want to see how I'm doing on figuring this stuff out.
 

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Possible pairs:

sky blue hen X grey greywing ****
grey normals/greywing and possibly skyblue or cobalt normals/greywing if the **** is split for blue. no greywings unless the hen is split for greywing, clearwing or dilute.

sky blue hen X yf 2 recessive pied cobalt opaline greywing/clearwing (?)
skyblue and cobalt yf2 normals/rec pied and greywing or clearwing. if he is violet you can also get violet skyblues and visual violets (violet cobalts) and some the same but without yf.

sky blue hen X sf dominant pied green ****
green normals/blue and green sf dom pieds/blue

grey green hen X lutino ****
greens and greygreen normal/ino cocks. if they are split for blue then you could get some grey and blue normal/ino cocks. lutino hens and if the parents are split blue then albino hens too.

grey green hen X grey greywing ****
grey green normals/greywing. if the hen is split blue then you can get greys. if they are both sf grey then you could get some greens or blues too.

grey green hen X sf dominant pied green ****
greygreen and possibly green dom pieds and normals. if theya re both split for blue you can get greys and blues too.
done this in a hurry so may have missed something... but hope it helps as a start.
 

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awesome! Thanks a bunch! Looks like I had 3 of the 6 figured out andwas close on two of the remaining three. I think it's slowly sinking in. :D
 
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