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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by steffpeck, Oct 11, 2008.
What colors do you cross to get lemon blue coloring?? Thanks for the help!
a lemon blue is a brown red with the blue gene. The best way to go about making them, is to breed a brown red to blues and take blue offspring and breed them back to a brown red again, in which you will produce the lemon blue.
Would someone post a photo of a blue/yellow please?
Here is a link to some pics of the lemon blue coloring on modern games
Not a great pic, but this is the color I have that is a blue silkie/Millie Fluer D'Uccle. To get the color in pure silkie would it be a blue/buff cross?
I went and looked at that website. The birds did not look blue and lemon, more blue/orange to blue/red.
Steff, I was researching this very question tonight because I have a buff ameraucana that I wondered if it would create a lemon blue and found this thread. ....
Here's your answer from the genetic guru. And I've got Copper Black Marans (carries birchen gene?) Brabanters (cream gene)and blue and wheaten Ameraucanas and a brown red EE, so I am going to try this!
I love lemon blue too. But I couldn't find one of the few pictures I have seen of it.