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Jump to new posts Re: Henny feathering again (from a new angle) by SKGray21 @ 07/20/17 04:23 PM

I may have a few pics of a S/s+ or S/S henny cockerel that I had recently. I was surprised that his mother is Hf/hf+. She is also E^R/e+ S/- Bl/bl+ He is one of the progeny of the cross in this thread: Dun X Blue game bantams Oops, Photobucket strik
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Jump to new posts Re: Henny feathering again (from a new angle) by Wieslaw @ 07/20/17 06:46 AM

The half of youtube is filled up with videos of henny or hennie cocks/roosters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTLQsttUoxk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXDOBDut1eI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-3urKFP_7I Silver duckwing is in one of the com
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Jump to new posts Re: Henny feathering again (from a new angle) by Hen-Gen @ 07/20/17 03:55 AM

One lives and learns, Wieslaw, but I didn't realise that hen feathering on the e+ background resulted in the salmon breast of the female of this genotype.
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Jump to new posts Henny feathering again (from a new angle) by Wieslaw @ 07/18/17 11:35 AM

Some years ago I posted a picture( a screen dump from a youtube video) of a henny cock, which looked like a silver duckwing hen (e+ S) with some additional red on the shoulders. What I wonder about is, whether there is a difference in the salmon bre
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Jump to new posts Re: Exchequer Leghorns by Hen-Gen @ 07/18/17 01:31 AM

Thanks for that clarification, guys.
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Jump to new posts Re: Exchequer Leghorns by Hebe @ 07/17/17 02:26 PM

Clive Carefoot did the same with Exchequer and found them to be a sort of mottled.