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thirdy
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Breeding?

Post by thirdy » Tue May 17, 2011 11:35 am

Hi . . .
Can i breed 2 female irn with one male in one avairy? But will put 2 nest boxes in, one on the right and one on the left side of the avairy.
Can i ? ? ?
:D

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Re: Breeding?

Post by Azure » Tue May 17, 2011 10:51 pm

that can be a bit dangerous as the female can become VERY agressive in breeding season and might injure the male due to the lack of attention to her... competition is not advised...
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Re: Breeding?

Post by dog_glenn123 » Tue May 17, 2011 10:56 pm

Hi there it is possible but is actually a huge drain on the male as he will need to feed
both the hens and also take turns at sitting on the eggs and feeding the chicks.

He will become extremly tired from all that running around, and as Azure said the hens can become aggressive not only to the male but the other hen.

Ta Glenn

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Re: Breeding?

Post by thirdy » Wed May 18, 2011 11:15 am

Glenn hi . . .
Today i've put a yellow male with my sky-blue female with the white head. What color chicks will they produce?
And with what color can i breed there chicks with?
Thanks. . .

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Re: Breeding?

Post by dog_glenn123 » Wed May 18, 2011 4:11 pm

Hi there the results you will get are as follows.

1.0 ino
x 0.1 blue pallid
% from all 1.0
100.0% 1.0 pallidIno /blue
% from all 0.1
100.0% 0.1 ino /blue

I would pair a male baby to another blue pallid(lacewing). (Like what the mother looks.)

Then you will get the following babies.

1.0 pallidIno /blue
x 0.1 blue pallid
% from all 1.0
25.0% 1.0 blue pallidIno
25.0% 1.0 pallidIno /blue
25.0% 1.0 blue pallid
25.0% 1.0 pallid /blue
% from all 0.1
25.0% 0.1 blue ino
25.0% 0.1 ino /blue
25.0% 0.1 blue pallid
25.0% 0.1 pallid /blue


Hope it helps thanks Glenn

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Re: Breeding?

Post by thirdy » Thu May 19, 2011 9:05 am

Thanks glenn.
But i dont relly understrand that % stuff. Can you make it easy i am just a beginner.
Please. . .

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Re: Breeding?

Post by rickyc » Thu May 19, 2011 1:35 pm

thirdy wrote:Thanks glenn.
But i dont relly understrand that % stuff. Can you make it easy i am just a beginner.
Please. . .
the 1.0 means a male 0.1 means a female the% is the percentage of what colours and type of chicks the parents are able of producing,the / means that the bird is split so although it is lacewing will be carrying the blue gene in this case which is not visible although that colour can be passed on to its chicks when paired up

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Re: Breeding?

Post by thirdy » Fri May 20, 2011 4:42 am

Thanks . . . :D

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