I've been doing a lot of research as I begin the breeding experience, and have a question. I am curious if (obviously this would take years if its even remotely possible but..) anyone has ever tried, or had any luck (even subtle results) in trying to make a non-dimorphic breed (in my case, it would be Pomeranians) dimorphic by crossing with either a Pilgrim or a Cotton Patch. Ok, so from what I think so far, if I bred my Pom gal to a Pilgrim gander, I could get a 50/50 shot of results, with some being dimorpic (more Pilgrim boys, I think?) but those would carry the grey gene? So if I continued and bred that gander, etc, etc...Would I eventually end up with a somewhat, even slight, dimorphic goose? Or...Would my best shot be a Cotton Patch gander, as color is already similar to the Pom, but maybe years of carefully selective line breeding would result in a Pom that is somewhat dimorphic? Any ideas?