Okay, I think I "get" the usual sexlink thing, how a gold roo over silver hens gives silver cockerels and gold pullets. But what if you do it backwards, a silver roo over a gold hen? I have a Serama pair, the roo is a Birchen and the hen is Wheaten. From one clutch of six eggs, (which, at 2-3 months old, appear to be 3 of each) all of the little pullets have no gold feathers at all, and all of the cockerels have gold. I have more eggs hatching from this pair as I type. If this continues to be true with this next clutch, can I assume that the roo is homozygous for silver, and all of his daughters will be some variation of a silver color, while all of this hen's sons will be gold?