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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by davecash, Sep 3, 2007.
alright. id like to know.
They are self blue old english, here is some pics of grown birds http://www.angelfire.com/ma4/selfblueman/
any information on them?
Here you go-there are some self-blues down the page:
I had a "lavender" coloured chick turn up in a clutch of bantam eggs i set under one of my hens once.The line it occured in i had been breeding for arounf 5 years.
All my banties were black or brown or gold flecked (i bred for colours not show) so i was puzzled as to were the colour came from.
She did reproduce another "lavender" colour and also a white chick when mated to an unrelated black rooster.
They in turn reproduced white and lavender splash chicks when put to another black roo
Very interesting how colours can occur.