Alright. At first chickens were jsut for fun. I got a few from a local feed store. Then I decided I wanted to breed Brahmas. Long story short I am now starting to breed like 8 different types. Anyway, all Brahma chicks I've purchased or hatched have always been black and yellow. Big fluffy cute little chicks. My adults have always had a lot of extra messy black spots on them. And after several generations I am trying to breed it out. But as I looked around at Brahma Chick pictures, lots I have seen the chicks are completely yellow. I figured mine just aren't great quailty, and have too much black. Oh well. After a few more generations hopefully they will be better. So does having black and yellow chicks mean yours are low quailty. I would really like to improve my birds. Also if I continue to cull and keep only the whitest birds, after a few more generations will mine be more clean looking?