If you bred a silkie x frizzle then back crossed it with another silkie till it you got some offspring with double silkie genes and a single frizzle gene would it express as a silkie frizzle? Do the genes work against each other or symbiotically? Just wondering if anyone has any experiance with that. I know it would take several generations of crossbreeding and breeding to get the right combos, just wondering if it can be done is all. What if I tossed a polish in there to? Hmm I'm also thinking about holding down my jersey giants and letting a bantam silkie roo mate with her. I have 4 hens and with enough back crossing and line breeding I think I could get a giant silkie! With enough generations I think I could breed the large jersey genes into a silkie body type. My next goal would be to seperate the blue/black skin from the silkie feathers, if that can be done. Yes I understand that it would take at least 2 generations for the silkie genes to show themselves again. Bubba Please feel free to argue about genetics, just dont kill each other ok!