Any time you breed a crossbred, you will get inconsistent results
for instance a BSL rooster is barred, but only half his chicks will be.
since his father was red, the gold gene is going to show up in some of his...
Nothing is going to change the 50% / 50% ratio of males to females
though, in the short run, you may get more or less of one or the other.
A production red rooster over the barred hens will give you black sex links.
There are several experts on this forum who are better qualified to explain the genetics
again, I recommend Henk's calculator
but here's what I would guess:
the warrens, (I think),...
It would be interesting to know the genetics of the warren
in this mix. I suppose, like the RSL's here they vary quite a bit.
I would expect a RIR over light Sussex to have a black tail.
Do those that don't have black, have...
White laced red Cornish are an accepted variety of the Cornish breed
the dominant white gene turns the black parts of plumage white
so a bird which would otherwise be red with black lacing
becomes red laced with white
She's not quite right for that either.
but the dark feathering on the head & neck are barnvelder-ish
breast feathers look Wellsummer or Brown Leghorn
Partridge Rock would have more pattern - multiple...