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Roosters for breeding?

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I have two nice looking buff silkie cockerals,one has a red comb but everything else is good,the second has a few black tail feathers but everything else looks good.I have a buff pullet that I will b using in the spring, which rooster should I use for best looking chicks?
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Neither would be good candidates for breeding if you goal is good, show quality chicks. 

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These will not be for show but would like to keep the buff color with no red combs or black in the feathering.

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I think the red comb is easier to correct, when paired with a female with really dark skin; than the black feathering would be.

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Thanks for your help
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