****OEGB strange colored chick**** UPDATE

Poulets De Cajun

Crowing
11 Years
Jun 14, 2008
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recessive white.... LOL It happens.

I bred my lavender roo to my black hens and got a solid white chick... As me how that happened.... RECESSIVE WHITE! I was shocked.

See, both of these chicks are from a lavender to black breeding... go figure.

 
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Poulets De Cajun

Crowing
11 Years
Jun 14, 2008
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82
309
Houston MetroMess, Texas
I dont know actually. You would think that she'll carry a copy of the recessive lavender gene, but I'm not sure. I kept my white chick only because she was SUCH a nice baby. If I dont use her for showing she'll just be a pet.
 

blackdotte

Songster
11 Years
Nov 18, 2008
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Blue to Blue mating give equal numbers of Blue and Splash chicks. Splash is white with odd blue feathers. This most likely what you have.
To get recessive White, both coloured parents must carry the gene.
No reason why you can't breed with it.
You have no reason to be shocked, just brush up on a bit of poultry genetics, " knowledge is a light burden to carry".
David
 

Guitartists

Resistance is futile
11 Years
Mar 21, 2008
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22
261
Michigan
Quote:They are speaking of Self-blue birds.. aka lavender. Not the same as the Andalusian Blue that results in BBS.
Self blue is supposed to breed true... 100% Self-blue offspring
 

SundownWaterfowl

Crowing
11 Years
Mar 16, 2008
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65
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Southern Columbia County NY
Quote:They are speaking of Self-blue birds.. aka lavender. Not the same as the Andalusian Blue that results in BBS.
Self blue is supposed to breed true... 100% Self-blue offspring


Yes, thats what I am speaking of, so there is no way it could be a splash.
 

LilPeeps

Songster
13 Years
Jan 13, 2007
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12
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SE Mass
Definately recessive white. If you crossed it back to the parents you should get 50/50 self blue and rec white.
 

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