Separate names with a comma.
Hello again everyone! I was wondering if anyone knows what breeds or varieties have the Cb gene (champagne blond). It's a dominant diluter of...
White Japanese bantam?
Yep! Good job.
My understanding is that the gene for naked neck is Na. If a bird is heterozygous for Na (Na/na+), do they have less of a naked neck compared to...
Hm. I've always thought of exchequer as mottled with I/i+ (heterozygous dominant white).
I see. That avoids having to crossbreed. While we're on the topic of mottling, how do you think one would create an exchequer d'uccle?
Ah, right. I didn't consider that. It will definitely take a long time to develop a bird like this in that case.
Yep, I know what she is. Correct on the silkie.
Mottled is simply black with the mottled gene. This would be pretty easy, find a E/E solid black bird (not sure if the d'anver has the correct...
Any ideas on this gal? ; )
Wow! I thought it was the exact opposite. That's really interesting, thank you.
Don't know if it's just a myth, but is it true that black birds tend to not do so well in the heat as white or lighter colored birds do?
Either barred Cochin x cream legbar
A barred cochin. Couldn't tell if he had a crest or not but he looks kinda pure.
It kind of looks like a belgian d'anvers. I would look up which color variety has cream colored shanks.
Red sex link?
Is the mother a Rhode Island Red?
I'd say they are all equally cold tolerant as long as they have the same comb and feather type. Maybe black chanteclers can keep in heat better...
Thanks for taking the time to upload those! It's interesting to trace back breeds to see how they were improved over time.
I found a breeder. Here you go!
Marans × Ameraucana?