I might be getting 2 LF buff Cochin cockerals. One of them is straight feathered and one of them is a frizzle. The frizzle looks to be the result of a frizzle to frizzle mating, at least I think so. Its feathers are, hmmm how do I describe it? They're skinny instead of nice wide turned out feathers. I don't have any other frizzles and was planning on breeding him to my straight feathered girls. So my question is: will this produce chicks that have "regular" frizzles? Or am I going to have a bunch of extemely frizzled babies from him? He's nice and poofy, just not up to the quality of some other frizzles I've seen. I can probably post a pic if you guys want. Am I wasting my time with him? Sorry if these questions sound silly, but I've never had a frizzle before. Thanks! Edit: here he is. I think he's a great looking bird but what the heck do I know? Obviously his brother is the smooth feathered one.