Hi Folks! Knowing that there are a goodly number of folks on THIS Forum who have considerable understanding of chicken genetics and also have years of practical experience, I have a question about breeding: I have a Rooster that I believe is some sort of Red Sex-Link (picture follows). I also have a Black Roundhead Game Hen that is in her 3rd week of setting 8-10 eggs. Should get a hatch any day now, if fertile. (picture follows) THE QUESTION: In an attempt to use the "Chicken Calculator" to perceive just WHAT the chicks might grow to look like, the "Punnett Square" showed 4 possibilities: 1.) Half of the Roosters will be ALL BLACK. 2.) Half of the Roosters will be ALL WHITE. 3.) Half of the Hens will be ALL BLACK 4.) Half of the Hens will be ALL WHITE. This result seems "unlikely" to me. I would expect much more of a variety in the mixture.....perhaps even a "Partridge" coloring. What does your education, experience, and "gut-feeling" tell you about the offspring of this mating? Note #1: The picture of the Rooster IS the actual Rooster. Note #2: The picture of the Hen IS NOT the actual hen, but VERY REPRESENTATIVE except MY HEN does not have the barring of the hen in the picture. Also, In the ancestry of MY HEN, there is SOME "Asil" (Aseel). My hen is SOLID BLACK. What is your opinion of the "likely" results of this mating? THANKS for ANY opinions !!! -Junkmanme- ?????