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post #201 of 295
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Originally Posted by Dany12 View Post

I find a picture on the net .... very rare new color :


.... totally white with some blue spots.Shame there is only one picture.

probably his brother .... eyes and saddle colorful ... What are the genes that could produce it ?


Dany
Who owns those peas? Are they in the States?

Gerald Barker
post #202 of 295

Yes in the States ( Georgia ) .... on FB! by mail , i send you his name .... perhaps you can get more informations ... more pics !

 

In fact I see it's YOUR friends on FB !:caf 


Edited by Dany12 - 6/12/16 at 8:31pm
post #203 of 295
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Yes in the States ( Georgia ) .... on FB! by mail , i send you his name .... perhaps you can get more informations ... more pics !

In fact I see it's YOUR friends on FB !caf.gif  
I just sent Ray some gamefowl hatching eggs. Very good man indeed,👍.

Gerald Barker
post #204 of 295

My peas like to throw me for a loop......

 

This pen.....

 

 

produced this chick.........

 

 

Granted, when I brought these peas home there was a BS in the quad but the man could not remember who came from what or if that BS hen was hatched from the trio or what. I moved the trio pictured above into one pen and put the BS hen in with my otehr BS hens and Purple peacock.

 

I mean, I know it can happen but I was rather surprised. This is the first chick from this breeding pen since I have owned these birds. I just brought them home a few months ago but have owned them for 3 years. I was never able to get the eggs before now when they were fresh enough to hatch.

Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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post #205 of 295

whatever the color that peachick comes from :3 possibilities.
BS  X  BS
split BS  X  split BS

BS  X  split BS

 

... there, I see a lot of split ! :/ 


Edited by Dany12 - 6/19/16 at 8:58pm
post #206 of 295

Yes, that makes me very excited as I love the BS more than the original barred wing type. Though I am not keeping this little tyke, I will watch for more of them in the future to hatch and not be in a hurry to sell everything. The peacock pictured above is very skittish and I would like to raise a more tame one to keep.

Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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post #207 of 295

... the puzzle of the week ... :

 

post #208 of 295

... We see only what we know! Nepalese proverb ....!

 

In this photo, I see a blue peacock pavo cristatus ....!
white face, normal head feathers, blue neck (we do not distinguish every feather) and barred wings .... a pure Cristatus ...!

 

There is still something strange .... those medals ... or mirror or Penumbrae ( http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-xesPMZ2EJdo/VfR-6D12aqI/AAAAAAAABWc/8VgOteFW_Ys/s1600/Topography%252520Map%252520preview-page-001%255B1%255D.jpg

) n° 21

 

 

... You don't find it surprising ???


The medals were found in quantity by the muticus and NOTHING at Cristatus!

The medals are beginning to appear in Spaldings 50% and are more and more visible as the percentage of green blood increases ... it's logical!

 

This peacock is not a Spalding!
No yellow face, no crest facing forward, no ocellated feathers in the neck and no green patchs on the wings!

 

I don't know where this photo was taken .... it's possible that this is a wild peacock! ... But then, it's a revolution! ... The investigation continues!

 

I had always imagined the possibility by selection to pick up the medals from muticus through the Spaldings to create a Cristatus with medals!
I had my doubts because erase green mottling on the wings which automatically appears in Spaldings, it's practically impossible!

 

Someone at another explanation?

post #209 of 295

I know nothing of Spaldings. I wish I could help. I used to get deep into genetics when I bred mammals but feathered genetics has not given me the inspiration to dig deeper. "What is, is" Though I do have some simple goals in my breeding program. I just have too many projects and goals going on and the peafowl are just an interesting hobby for me and Spaldings are definitely not an interest so I have never touched on their genetics at all. I leave that to you all that are far smarter about it all!

Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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post #210 of 295

I find an other one !  ... Today I learned something!They are rare, but they exist !!!

 

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