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Assorted Lavendar, coronation, Isabel & Red BRAHMA project eggs!!!!!!!

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Sorry I don't have a current picture. The red Brahmas are out of my own personal line and So are the lavendars. I have been working on these for a while. All black offpsring will  be lavendar split and when bred back to each other will produce 50% lavendar. There will also be some isabella brahmas produced as well as coronation, and buff coronation brahmas.  I do not guarantee eggs due to the handling off the postal service.  I have good hatch rates here. I am offering these for the first time to anyone who is wanting to work with Brahmas in new colors.  Auction is for ONE DOZEN EGGS! These are Large Fowl only. Happy bidding.

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Any chance you could get some current pictures please?

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Any chance you could get some current pictures please?


x2 please

I just re-read.  The resulting chicks will have 25% pure lav not 50%

The break down should be from mating splits
25% pure lavs
50% pures splits again
25% pure blacks

yes?


Edited by sonew123 - 6/13/11 at 10:59am

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Originally Posted by Sportsterjeep 

Any chance you could get some current pictures please?


x2 please

I just re-read.  The resulting chicks will have 25% pure lav not 50%

The break down should be from mating splits
25% pure lavs
50% pures splits again
25% pure blacks

yes?


Here is the actual resulsts of what the offspring will be on the black splits because the father is lavender and the mothers are buff, dark, light brahma hens.
This is the phenotypes on the offspring from the buff columbian (buff brahma) hens.  I can list the phenotype on the dark and light as well , but Perhaps this is sufficient. Yes, It will be something like one quarter. Sorry about that, but the splits will be divided in these other colors and some will be obviously solid colored. I am working on these and thought someone else might like to get in on this little project. Let me know if you would like the other phenotypes and I will list them as well. Thanks

Phenotypes:
Pullets:
parelgrijs getekend isabel (vuil) columbia | lavender patterned isabel (incomplete) columbian
Ratio = 2/128 = 1.5625%, minimum of animals to breed: 64

Pullets:
parelgrijs getekend isabel aziatisch patrijs | lavender patterned isabel partridge/brown
Ratio = 1/128 = 0.78125%, minimum of animals to breed: 128

Pullets:
parelgrijs getekend isabel columbia | lavender patterned isabel columbian
Ratio = 1/128 = 0.78125%, minimum of animals to breed: 128

Pullets:
parelgrijs unicolor | lavender unicolor
Ratio = 12/128 = 9.375%, minimum of animals to breed: 11

Pullets:
zwart getekend goud (vuil) columbia | black patterned gold (incomplete) columbian
Ratio = 6/128 = 4.6875%, minimum of animals to breed: 22

Pullets:
zwart getekend goud aziatisch patrijs | black patterned gold partridge/brown
Ratio = 3/128 = 2.34375%, minimum of animals to breed: 43

Pullets:
zwart getekend goud columbia | black patterned gold columbian
Ratio = 3/128 = 2.34375%, minimum of animals to breed: 43

Pullets:
zwart unicolor | black unicolor
Ratio = 36/128 = 28.125%, minimum of animals to breed: 4

Cockerels:
parelgrijs getekend isabel aziatisch patrijs | lavender patterned isabel partridge/brown
Ratio = 1/128 = 0.78125%, minimum of animals to breed: 128

Cockerels:
parelgrijs getekend isabel columbia | lavender patterned isabel columbian
Ratio = 3/128 = 2.34375%, minimum of animals to breed: 43

Cockerels:
parelgrijs unicolor | lavender unicolor
Ratio = 12/128 = 9.375%, minimum of animals to breed: 11

Cockerels:
zwart getekend goud aziatisch patrijs | black patterned gold partridge/brown
Ratio = 3/128 = 2.34375%, minimum of animals to breed: 43

Cockerels:
zwart getekend goud columbia | black patterned gold columbian
Ratio = 9/128 = 7.03125%, minimum of animals to breed: 15

Cockerels:
zwart unicolor | black unicolor
Ratio = 36/128 = 28.125%, minimum of animals to breed: 4

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Real nice....My phoenix chicks from the eggs I got from you are coming along great by the way. I will pm you some pics!

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Arnold H. Glasgow
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Real nice....My phoenix chicks from the eggs I got from you are coming along great by the way. I will pm you some pics!


Would love to see them. I took pics of my young roosters today. Check these guys out.
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/70005_white_roob.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/70005_silverduckwing.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/70005_bbredphoenixroo.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/70005_white_rooa.jpg

Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

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We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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