Hi guys, I have a genetics question. I've been casually studying peafowl genetics for a while now but I still haven't had the epiphany of understanding I had a while back with chicken genetics. I'm curious what exactly I might get from a pairing. A few years back I got a pair of peas. My first. A White hen and a Pied cock. They produced five offspring, 2 white, 1 loud pied, 2 normal(?) pied. We lost the original cock to a coyote and purchased a 95% Spalding cock. We incubated many eggs but produced only one chick, a young cock. He was the offspring of the Spalding cock over the original White hen. My understanding is that he is a 50%(ish) Spalding IB split White. (Or do you call it something besides IB in Spaldings?) He is being given as a gift to a friend of ours who has wanted peafowl for a long time. Because we were unable to produce any other chicks this season she'll also recieve one of our female peas, from our original birds and hatch. She has a choice between his mother, the original White hen, and one of the yearling pied hens. It's my understanding that the Spalding IB split White X White will yield 50% White and 50% IB split white, all 25% Spaldings. But what would IB split White X pied produce?