Ayam Cemani cross breeding

Eric Rosario

Chirping
Aug 5, 2019
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i was checking mine and i've seen one of them to be rooster, he got the sadle feathers already, i hope he will be mature till spring i want at least one roo to mate with the mix of our hens and some AC hens to let mix with the other roos, i cant wait the results, i would like to have all different chicks this year, like no 2 shall be the same.
i have a plan to check the AC this weekend if i can see something closer on them.
Last time i found a video of AC and whit Leghorn quite interesting a black chicken (black head legs) with white feathers :)
 

Chang1993

Songster
Jan 12, 2014
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Sacramento, CA
I don't like how my neighbors layers came into my yard and mate with my reccessive white AC rooster. Somehow I do like when the chicks hatched out under my broody hens. They actually look better than the original breed with red/silver saddle cockerel and lavender/blue pullets. I also have several that are cross with polish and turkens. Weird looking chicks, I was think about create AC smooth and frizzle polish.
 

Eric Rosario

Chirping
Aug 5, 2019
89
71
71
I don't like how my neighbors layers came into my yard and mate with my reccessive white AC rooster. Somehow I do like when the chicks hatched out under my broody hens. They actually look better than the original breed with red/silver saddle cockerel and lavender/blue pullets. I also have several that are cross with polish and turkens. Weird looking chicks, I was think about create AC smooth and frizzle polish.
do you have please any pics how they look like? I've found som o ther topic with several pics, we are really interested what we are able to get this year.
 

Chang1993

Songster
Jan 12, 2014
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Sacramento, CA
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Here the mother she a australop x rhode island red x AC. Her chicks was one polish x AC and turken x AC. Really good looking, I can't wait until they both getting bigger.
 

Colorado Trav

In the Brooder
Apr 18, 2020
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We are in the midst (Day 22) of hatching eggs (6) for the first time, each egg was fertilized from our AC Rooster; 3 with a Light Sussex hen and the other 3 with our Golden Comet. So far 3 eggs have hatched, the two Sussex (pictured) came out black and the one Golden Comet Cross that hatched this morning is Yellow/White. S(he) is still in the incubator so I will have to follow up with pic later!
 

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Eric Rosario

Chirping
Aug 5, 2019
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friends, if i understood all the AC info about the black gene inheritance our plans are following, correct me if I'm wrong.
we have a AC rooster he will mate with several different colour females and we gonna put these eggs to hatchery, all the females from this should be black skinned with coloured feathers and roos will be white skinned as the roo has black inhibitor.
next year if i take the AC roo with his daughters we are gonna get black skinned roos too, i would like to have this clear as the results will be just next year.
thx.
 

Chang1993

Songster
Jan 12, 2014
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131
Sacramento, CA
friends, if i understood all the AC info about the black gene inheritance our plans are following, correct me if I'm wrong.
we have a AC rooster he will mate with several different colour females and we gonna put these eggs to hatchery, all the females from this should be black skinned with coloured feathers and roos will be white skinned as the roo has black inhibitor.
next year if i take the AC roo with his daughters we are gonna get black skinned roos too, i would like to have this clear as the results will be just next year.
thx.
It doesn't matter what kind of hen. Chicks could be black or white skin, I have some that hatched this year with only 40% black skin. Some are now showing signs of being roosters, so many chances you could have a few black skin roosters. For the feathers color, they will show when the chicks are about 3 to 6 weeks old.
 

Eric Rosario

Chirping
Aug 5, 2019
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It doesn't matter what kind of hen. Chicks could be black or white skin, I have some that hatched this year with only 40% black skin. Some are now showing signs of being roosters, so many chances you could have a few black skin roosters. For the feathers color, they will show when the chicks are about 3 to 6 weeks old.
hm. will see, i've just started collecting the eggs from the group. I'm not sure if he was sucessful with the mating with all of the hens he got in his group now. Eggs are marked and will be put to incubator. i'm really curioius. he got 6 different hens.
 

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