Does that make them a dominant color? My Rooster, Slick is almost all white but his butt feathers are black and his sister is beautiful white too. I'm just not sure who the mom was.
This is such an interesting thread. I was curious about the dominance in color as well. I was wondering if a Lt. Brahma was dominant white, where as a Black Alstralope would be dominant black. If the Lt. Brahma mates with Black Alstralope, I got a beautiful feather footed Black Alstralope Rooster, but what could the Lt. Brahma breed with that made a hen and two of the other Roosters, look like true Lt. Brahmas considering that I don't have any hens. I had Easter Eggers, which is where the one roo came from, but the other 2 look just like full Lt. Brahma. I have Buff Orpington, Silver Wyndott, Black Alstralope, banty white cochin?
I find it interesting that all heathersnmom's came out white with a black spot, but maybe one was mixed with Black sex link some how. Most colors can come through as far as 10 generations back. I learned that with Great Danes. Thanks for the help.
Light Brahmas are Columbian Pattern which are Sex-link Silver.