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What are the breeding expectations for a cock Albino x hen Lutino mating?

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What are the breeding expectations for a cock Albino x hen Lutino mating?

 

very small birds.........

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lots of Ino's!!

Some yellow and if the hen is split blue- Albino's also

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wouldn't there be a small chance of creamino?

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creamino is a yellow face albino.

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100% lutino,if the lutino is /blue,50% albino,50% lutino.

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You would ONLY have a chance of a creamino if the one of the birds is a double factor yellow face type I where the face shows up white in the ino but it is really a df yellow face. Very small chance though.

 

Nerwen or someone can correct me if I am incorrect.

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The Lutino would have to be masking YF to get any Creamino’s, as if the Albino was YF it would show…chances are probably very slight as others have said.

What are the breeding expectations for a cock Albino x hen Lutino mating?
As Paul said probably mating Albino to Lutino isn’t the best mating, as often unless they are exceptional birds, you will produce smaller birds, better to mate with good quality Normals & then use the split cocks back to the Albion or Lutino. As others have stated, you will probably only get Lutinos unless the Lutino is split for Blue & if it is also some Albinos. The Lutinos produced will probably have a greater chance of Greenish tinge also.

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That's right Elly.

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Thanks for that everyone.

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very small birds.........

 

Does anyone know *why* that is?

 

KathyW.

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Yes I am curious too ? Ino to ino doesn't mean small birds. Not in 1 generation anyway. It would also depend on the relationship. It could mean larger birds too. :(

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