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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by RAREROO, Nov 18, 2009.
Particularly this one http://kippenjungle.nl/kruisEmbedArray.html , if it's even on there.
the link is wrong
Quote:OH, I fixed it, sorry about that.
Okay, at http://kippenjungle.nl/kruising.html I played with it and came up with e^b/e^b, Pg/Pg Ml/Ml Co/Co & Mh to create white laced red. Bl/Bl instead of I/I would give a similar phenotype.
The genotype will vary dependent on the breed and the country, also if it is single or double laced.
More information is required.
Quote:White laced red cornish is what I'm wanting to know about, probably hatchery stock or a few generations removed from hatchery stock, idk, I just know there is a man at a local livestock sale that usually has white laced red cornish, and I wanted to maybe try to play around with them and see what I can get.
In that case I would imagine they are Single Laced, so eb/eb s+/s+ Pg/Pg Co/Co Ml/Ml Mh/Mh I/I or possibly eWh/eWh. If however they are double laced they are more likely to be eWh/eWh Pg/Pg Ml/Ml Mh/Mh I/I