For what? What would you hope to get if you breed a partridge to a porcelain?
With partridge its a good accurate thought that to get SOP girls and boys you need two lines
the black chest of the 'Standard' Male in the partridge tends to make a blacker hen where the SOP calls for a chestnut (reddish brown) body and head - but when you breed for the good hens you tend to lose the black chests in the males and come up with more redder/ginger males. It just seems to be a balancing act.
He is a blue/porcelain silkie. I was told to get an SOP partridge hen to make blue partridge. Do you know if that's right/wrong? If that's right, I can't figure out what an SOP partridge hen looks like...there's so much partridge out there.