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I have a hen and cock that have bonded and I was wondering what colours their chicks would be. I have to wait another 6 months for maturity. 

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On 20/01/2021 at 12:27 PM, Mignon said:

I have a hen and cock that have bonded and I was wondering what colours their chicks would be. I have to wait another 6 months for maturity. 

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Hi their,  the cock bird looks to be a rec pied as no iris rings however if it gains irise rings it may well be a clearflighted pied or a df dominate pied. 

You will know which one when you breed here's how. 

Firstly a clearwflighted pied will breed pieds and normals and the rest is depending on the splits if any. 

That hens lacewings so all cocks  bred will be split lacewing

A double factor dominant pied 

Will breed all single factor pieds in a nest. 

Again all cocks will be split lacewing

A recessive pied will breed all normals provided the men's not split rec pied. 

Again with that hen all cocks will be split lacewings but all chicks will be split rec pied  cocks and hens 

Hope that helps

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