Which genes would be dominant?

Which genes would be dominant?

  • There would be some of each color

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  • Golden

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  • Silver

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  • A mixed color

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  • There's no way to know for sure

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slejdad

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I have a silver laced sebright pullet and a golden laced cockerel. If they were to breed would I get some of each? Some kind of mix? Is one color likely to be dominant over the other?
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nicalandia

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Sex links, the Pullets of such cross will be Golden Laced and the males will take the Silver from mother, will look entirely white due to Heterozygous Dominant White making the lacing white and the White Silver backgrouns, when the rooster start to mature they will take a yellowish/lemon color on their hackle and saddle, but the breast will reamin basically completely white
 

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