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post #11 of 17
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I also have seramas, has anyone successfully mixed them with a bigger breed? Even through artificial insemination?
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Agreed. But the chances of getting silkie feathers are poor, but you are likely to some silkie feathered chicks. It would be better if you could find a pure hen or rooster.

that is true, there is even a noticeable difference between the two, I've seen feather footed polish, even game.
post #13 of 17
Can I vote on cuteness too. Very cute and beautiful mixes. I love all the diff feather color patterns. I can't wait to hatch some of my barn yard mixes.
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that is true, there is even a noticeable difference between the two, I've seen feather footed polish, even game.
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that is true, there is even a noticeable difference between the two, I've seen feather footed polish, even game.
Interesting ive got a couple eggs ready to hatch may 5 from the spotted hen & grey rooster , probably get a nicely colored spotted chick with feathered feat.
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Interesting ive got a couple eggs ready to hatch may 5 from the spotted hen & grey rooster , probably get a nicely colored spotted chick with feathered feat.

Mottling is a recessive gene so it's possible none of the chicks will have that spotting. The light grey rooster is 'Splash', so most of his chicks will look similar to the darker grey (Blue) hen.

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Interesting ive got a couple eggs ready to hatch may 5 from the spotted hen & grey rooster , probably get a nicely colored spotted chick with feathered feat.

if that's what you're into, I just don't see it
post #17 of 17
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Lol thats your opinion, as for mine i just dont like knowing whats coming, purebreed are boring my opinion, every one has the same hen/rooster i like to have unique chicks where i definitely know im the only one that has one, so if one day a new breed is born mock my words everyone will want to get there hands on it. As for my seramas i guess ill just keep them pure breed & get little white chicks all the time every time how fun is that. You never know though nature is a fickle B i might get spotted chicks maybe not this hatch nor the other but it might happen, or how about a mutated chick that is born featherless lol now that is cute. How about that your purebreed for my fatherless chick lol not in my agenda sorry for the sarcasm.
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