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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Pumpkin King, Dec 13, 2012.
how did you create that color if you dont mind sharing
They originally derived from yellow birchens and Pumpkin Hulseys, so I tried to do the same and this is what I got, I have three generations of them now and still throwing canary yellows. And they still have pretty much all the qualitys of the Hulseys, I call them Golden Hulseys, thank you so much, goldenhulseyfarms is what we go by.
I would love to study this male pheomelanind diluter
You know I've been told by many fellow breeders that they will not stay this way, even giving me percentages, and it's just not happening, every egg I hatch is basically the same, roosters will be close to identical, hens will have more white on some, but even them not a lot of difference. I'm not complaining, lol, it's just a little confusing to me.