Absolutely will do! It’ll be a fun experiment for me.Useful information! Correct me if I’m wrong but I think if you cross two bbs’ then the chicks will be bbs mutts so you speak. For example I’m thinking about crossing BBS Ameraucanas with BBS Orpingtons for “bbs EE’s”. Aka the blue coloring. Not positive if this works though but in your case I think you should have blue black and splash olive eggers like @Ridgerunner said with some possible leakage because of the birches heads that the mat and have. Update with the pictures of the chicks/chickens that come of it! I’m definitely curious
Can I piggy bag on my original question?...So you say black is dominant over Birchen... is it dominant over most things? Like for example is I crossed this little guy (EE aka mutt) with a blue ameraucana or a black Marans for example, would it be predictable that the offspring would be mostly bbs or is that not how it works because we don’t know what genes he’s hiding? Thanks for bearing with me. Sorry if this is a dumb question. The color genetics are new to me.The Blue and Splash are based on Black. Black is dominant over Birchen. So in theory you should get Blue and Black from the Blue hens and all Blue from the Splash.