Opposite of the Lakenvelder?

tdhenson86

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I was wondering if anyone knows of a chicken breed that is basically opposite of the lakenvelder in coloration? Essentially, it would be a black bird with white tail and white head.

Basically, it would look like this picture that I created:




Thanks!!!
 

tdhenson86

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just not possible at this time
Well that stinks...
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I knew it was rare if it did exist at all... Thanks for the reply! They would be absolutely beautiful if they did exist!
 

Henk69

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There used to be a color in japanese bantam called white tailed black. If one were able to transplant the white tail genes onto a birchen breed you would come close.
Ever noticed the white tail feathers on black japanese. Everyone selects against that, but if one would select the other way... ;)

Have you seen these?





If you would add the genes of the darkest RIR that would be interesting too.
 
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