I have some mutt eggs under my broody. I understand some about genetics in chickens, but not too much. I understand dominant and recessive gene's, etc. I have seen the genetics calculator, but it's greek to me. I have a black JG roo and a salmon Faverolle roo. I understand that if the chick has feathered feet, it's the Faverolle's offspring and no feathers means it's the JGs. I also understand that most of the time the black is dominant as is muffs, right? Here's what I have: Roos: black Jersey Giant and salmon Faverolle hens: Barred Rocks, EEs, Buckeyes, black JGs, salmon Faverolles, Welsummers, Delawares, and mottled Javas What is dominant and what is recessive? Do any of these combos produce sex-linked chicks? Any insight is greatly appreciated!!