Question about dominant white

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Georgia Boy 1970, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Georgia Boy 1970

    Georgia Boy 1970 Chillin' With My Peeps

    I have a mixed flock.My plans is a very colorful frizzled,crested easter egger that are very broody.I plan to breed f1 to f1 and f1 to polish. I have 2 easter egger hens, 2 polish (1 buff laced 1 red crested red)hens,2 game hens(1 spangled,1 bb red).They have been penned with a frizzled tolblunt X gold laced polish rooster and a w.c. blue polish rooster. My question is this, I am getting a lot of white chicks with red markings. I know this is dominant white and it is coming from the 2 easter egger hens and the buff laced polish hen. If I keep these chicks to breed from next season,What can I expect to get from these birds breeding f1 to f1 and breeding back to polish? Am I always going to get a lot of white chicks?
    Thanks
     

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