I have F1 juveniles from a cross between Bronze split white male x spalding silverpied hen, They look like spaldings, I could see w/e s on their tail feathers, One of the males look like a pied bird ( one white, one pied and one w.e genes ). If I cross this male with the female from the same F1 sibling, what are the odds of getting a Spalding Bronze silverpied chick ? and also a Spalding Bronze pied chick ? in the second generation. I understand a two year old peacock may or may not be fertile, but just in case. My previous bronze males at the age of two had fairly long train with good many number of Oscilli.
Edited by pedda munnangi - 3/20/17 at 5:37pm