If I have an black Australorp rooster and hens of three different breeds - Delaware, light brahma, white rock - is there any way that the offspring can be completely white? I know that when you cross Australorps with white leghorns the offspring comes out spotted (pretty reliably). I know that you can't completely predict what the offspring will be on some (all?) of these crosses, but I'm just wondering if that one thing - all white - would be possible. The reason I ask this is that I also have a RiR roo in there, and if the Australorp can't produce white offspring with them I can still separate out the sex links at hatching.