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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by Aj1911, Jun 15, 2009.
here is some pics of my golden laced splash and my 2 roosters
*faint* OOOHH, are they ever-so-pretty!!! I mean seriously, these are the prettiest chickens I've seen in a long time! (Besides my own, of course )
i see your in northern ca to huh?
i'm up in crescent city
golden laced splash
You mean Golden Laced Wyandotte? Never heard of a golden laced splash, or is "Splash" its name? Pretty birds.
Here are some pics of my ducks
Quote:You mean Golden Laced Wyandotte? Never heard of a golden laced splash, or is "Splash" its name? Pretty birds.
sorry shes a golden laced wyandotte splash (splash is the color pattern)
her name is goldie
the wyandotte roos name is roo roo
the RiR roosters name is mister red
Hmm, where did you hear that? I raise Blue/Black/Splash Orpingtons as well as, in the past, raised Blue/Black/Splash Ameraucanas and never saw that color referred to as "splash". Generally speaking, splash is a white bird with "accent" feathers. A splash Wyandotte would look like these below, except, of course, with a different comb. They look like nice healthy birds, though! Below are two splash birds:
Quote:ok here is what Tim said in the genetics thread i posted
"The wyandottes you have do not carry all of the genes they need to be gold laced. Female only carries one set of the Melanotic and patten genes. The male appears to be missing one pattern gene."
so i guess she isn't a splash
so here's my questions what would happen if i crossed her and my gold laced rooster?
would the hens look like her at all?
and would i end up with my own breed of wyandotte?
Well, Tim is definitely the person to help you out with any genetics question-he's been extremely helpful to me in the past. I'm not sure how the chicks would turn out, but I'd guess they would be laced, just not very well. I know more about barring than lacing.