If the breeder knows the blue print of each of the bird he/she knows, when they are in a colony, do you think the breeder should present the possibility (even if it is just a .0001% chance) that when the customer hatches out a bunch of birds and gets one off color. Should that be mentioned before the sale happens? If you were selling the split browns for example? IF that makes any sense. DO you feel the breeder should have a record of EACH bird with the blueprint of their colors. I have been doing that with my lines since I have so many colors on my hands in separated pens. What are your opinions being this a genetic thread afterall?