I'll start by saying that I know nothing about genetics and breeding, but I have been reading and learning. I have found nothing on this question using the search (even the new Google one ). I remembered a post on here a while back of someones bird that was only half frizzled. I mean it looked like someone took a frizzle and a non-frizzle and split them lengthwise and put the two different halves together. That was one neat looking bird. I digress. Now on to my question... I've been looking and searching frizzles and like the looks of a frizzled bird. However, I have a RIR that is "scruffy" looking but doesn't look quite "frizzled". She is healthy and I have looked her over for any signs of disease or problems but that is just the way she has been since she was little. So I guess my question is this. Can you get a bird that is only slightly frizzled and the feathers don't curl as much as a "full" frizzle? If so and you have some that look like that could you post a pic of them? I'll show you what I got in my RIR Here is the scruffy looking one or Frizzle wanna be. She is not fluffing up even though it looks like it she is this way all the time. Not quite frizzled but she always looks like she is having a bad feather day.