I may have a Wheaten recessive female and male in the Black Copper Marans birds I hatched this spring. Maybe not. Can't tell unless I do some test matings. Right? So I can test with Wheaten birds, but I don't know which birds are Wheaten. eWh/eWh ... they have to be homozygous for Wheaten, right? Could someone give me a list or some examples? So far I know Buff Orpingtons are on the Wheaten list. Also Wheaten Marans are on the list. I'd use them, but I sort of don't want to risk accidental mixing of the birds. I want to be able to say that I only have Black Coppers and no Wheatens for accidental cross breeding.