I have a young cockeral that was looking very promising. He has a great body, and the markings I am looking for in my Delaware flock. The only problem------ he has wry tail After reading up on wry tail I know I CAN NOT BREED HIM. I know this is a recessive gene but if I breed him, most of his offspring will have the tail issue. So my question is if I breed this cokeral's mom and dad to find more offspring with the body type and coloration that I am looking for, how many of thier offspring will show up with wry tails? Is it like a 1 in a 1000 chance or is the chance much greater? Here are a couple of pics so that you may see how sever the wry tail is in my cockeral. His tail hooks sharply tp the right side.