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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by guineaguy, Aug 6, 2013.
just showing 2 of my new chicks.
Got to love the wild patterns
They are so cute. Where are you?
Beautiful, please keep us updated with photos, i would love to see how they feather out.
I'm in Oklahoma guess I should share that these are out of a mix pen male is IB pied white eye split silver and the hens are cameo purple ib Spaulding silver pied out of the 4 eggs got these 2 and a IB they were given to me in trade for some guinea keets. Lol why I'm surprised with all the color.
Those chicks look like spalding pied with a single copy of white eye gene, what ever the basic color may be But,.the male is IB pied white eye x spalding silverpied hen = these chicks, the only possible scenario ( on the parents ) since Other hens mentioned ( in the penn ) do not carry any pattern genes
The Spaulding is IB the other hen is silver pied they all are suppose to have laid one egg each
If the silverpied hen is also Indiablue base color the resulting chicks are Indiablue pied w/e. Those two chicks can not be from any other hens because they do not carry any pattern genes as per your listing. That is what the genetics is telling atleast
so this chick is from a mixed ped of bronze black shoulders and opal black shoulders and reg cameos does this chick look like any of those or is it typical IB bs split to bronze and opal?