Originally Posted by Ringtailtwister
I HAVE 17 BLRW CHICKS THAT ARE TWO WEEKS OLD AND SOME OF THEM LOOK LIKE GOLDEN LACED. CAN A BLRW FEMALE AND A BLRW MALE PRODUCE GOLDEN LACED CHICKS? HELP!!!!!!!
Breeding blue to blue will give you 50% blue, 25% splash, and 25% black offspring. This is also true with the blue laced red.. However, you will end up with black laced red rather than golden laced (black laced gold). Many blue laced reds are closer to gold than red though so it's entirely possible to get chicks that look almost identical to golden laced.
It's also possible that the color on your chicks will change as they grow. My blue laced red chicks start off with juvenile feathers that are black and gold. Around 6 weeks old, they start getting in their blue and red feathers.