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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by cash money, Sep 4, 2014.
I now that I won't get a sex linked offspring
It's impossible to say for sure what you'll get since they are both hybrids to begin with, but the offspring definitely won't be sex link. They will basically be mutt birds. Since both roosters used for Red and Black Sex Links are red gene roosters, the offspring will likely have lots of red feathering in them, probably interspersed with some white and black or lightly barred feathering. I'm guessing somewhat as I've never actually seen the offspring of this particular cross, but it would be interesting to see what kind of mutt birds it produced.
I want to see too I might set up some breeding pens and get sex link chickens next spring
Depends on which is which parent.
Bsl roo over rsl hen, you'll get a mix of red and black birds, with some possible whites for good measure. Half the birds will be barred, regardless of gender.
Rsl roo over Bsl hen, I think you'll get mostly black or black/white birds, maybe some red lekage, no barring. Either way, you'll have a mishmash of mixed breed birds that should be decent layers.