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What we know based on the breeding results are that both of your birds are split to blue and that’s why you have a white/blue baby. If the baby is pied, in all likelihood the ino gene from the Lutino is covering pied mutation. As for having so many Lutino, it could also be possible that the male is split to ino and so increases your probability of ino chicks.
 

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Ooh! Completely forgot about that! It’s been awhile since I’ve looked into ino. I stand corrected. So both parents are split blue and dad is split ino and mom is ino and that is in fact the reason why there are so many ino chicks! So that’s why OP must be confused as to why so many are ino, because unknowingly the father carrying the gene would mean no ino babies. Thank you!
 

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They’re quite lovely! I wonder what else they’re hiding in their genetics. Especially interested in mom since her ino is probably masking the pied altogether.
 
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