Reverse Java Pied & Pied Java

Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by Choctaw Valley Farm, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. Choctaw Valley Farm

    Choctaw Valley Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    OK, I made a New Thread so we can talk about this if we want too, so we don't steal the other person's thread.
     
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  2. Knix6468

    Knix6468 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ok Ill bite, I couldn't tell the difference on the Australia gentleman's web and birds here in the US.

    What is a reverse Pied?
     
  3. Exotics R Us

    Exotics R Us Out Of The Brooder

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    ok I am moving my post to here.

    If you think about it 98% of the peafowl are mixed with something, do you think all these colors just fell out of the sky?. If you want to see peafowl that no one else in the world has ( [​IMG] ) go to www.peacocksaustralia.com but he does have some good looking SPALDING pieds.

    Ricky
     
  4. Choctaw Valley Farm

    Choctaw Valley Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    CORNISH_MAN wrote:
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    Ricky,, I dont know if your comment is in jest or not but this guy does'nt know what he is doing . He does not have spaldings if you note he calls them pied Javas. Which would be the only mutation of a Java kown.. and if your not careful he will throw you off of '' his '' the forum never to be seen again... he does not like Yankees or the USA .........George
    Im still trying to figure out what a REVERSE JAVA PIED is.

    Don't feel bad me too, but if you look at his then go to my website look at my Spalding Pieds then tell me what you think.
     
  5. Choctaw Valley Farm

    Choctaw Valley Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:?

    I don't know it looks like a Pied bird to me.
     
  6. deerman

    deerman Rest in Peace 1949-2012

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    Quote:Well mutation do happen, (Like falling out of the sky) now people save these ,then to produce them in different patterns, will be birds split.



    98% cross with something ....dont see that,



    Java pied , have not been bred yet....those are spalding pieds.
     
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  7. Choctaw Valley Farm

    Choctaw Valley Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Well mutation do happen, (Like falling out of the sky) now people save these ,then to produce them in different patterns, will beed birds split.



    98% cross with something ....dont see that,



    Java pied , have not been bred yet....those are spalding pieds.

    I'm not taking sides but I'm just wondering how many PURE birds do you think is out there? just in your opinon.
     
  8. deerman

    deerman Rest in Peace 1949-2012

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    Hard to tell , but with blue being dominant , they would be alot more blues that are not split to another color.

    Like breeding two blue birds, split to another color, 50% of the chicks will be blues , not split. 25% would be blue split 25% would be the the other color.


    So I would think, most blues would be non-split , more than 50%.
     
  9. deerman

    deerman Rest in Peace 1949-2012

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    Just looked at this guy , Reverse Java Pied , what a bunch of bull ....that bird has barred wing feathers(from the blues) which shows its a spalding pied.

    Didn't try to join his forum, because i have hear , he will remove you if you disagree with him.......
     
  10. Choctaw Valley Farm

    Choctaw Valley Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yep, I tried to Register on "His" there forum as well and they wouldn't let me on, guess they found out who I was and seen that I had the same kind of Pied Javas ( Spalding Pieds ) he did.

    Pulled this from my other post.
     

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