Ok! Sounds good! I don't plan on breeding any of them until spring because i just don't want to have to worry about babies in the winter! I have those 2 that r related! Then i have a baby roo and baby hen that have paired up but they have different parents and 5 sea brights...not sure if any of them r related but one is a feather-footed who I would love to breed; however he is in love with my duck! Then i have another pair of bantams and another bantam rooster...all different parents but could be cousins which is why I asked about cousins...lol! I just went to make sure my feather-footed roo and my big birds went inside and lock up their coop for the night and this is what I found...
My big birds nestled in their bed! Looked all over the roost for my roo...he wasnt there!
Surprise! There he is! Lmao! He's ruined!
Beautiful stuff, and I thought we were talking only about ducks. It doesn't really matter if it's also chickens. Cousins are usually okay, but you really need to get another line mixed in if you're going to breed. Next year in a first generation should be fine.