I’ve gone down a rabbit hole reading about chicken genetics and still am confused as to if there is any degree of predictability as to how chicks from a particular pairing could look. I know there are some people who really know their stuff when it comes to genetics on here, so I figured I would ask! The rooster I have is a True Blue Whiting that looks like a giant white leghorn. As far as I think I know, he would have a pretty dominant white color to pass on, so I’m wondering if it’s possible to predict how chicks would look over our hens. So, the question is, is it even possible to predict and if so what happens when a white leghorn looking rooster (a few tiny black splashes but almost all white) knocks boots with A. A Rhode Island Red hen B. A barred Plymouth Rock hen C. An austra white (she’s also almost all white with a few grey spots, so my assumption is that their offspring would be white almost across the board) D. An all black olive egger hen We have one more pullet but she’s an Easter Egger with all sorts of stuff going on so I’m gonna just assume there’s no telling what her offspring would look like. Just thinking with the more established breeds maybe there’s a degree of predictability. Thanks!