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Old 03-28-2017, 10:03 AM
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i am attaching pics of my 5 pair and two chicks of pair1 as well, my objective is to breed fallow cockatiel please guide me how to make pair so that i can get max probability of getting fallow,
have please tell me i wants to read genetics of cockatiel in detail so any material or pdf book for this purpose


please let me know how to pair the above pairs chicks so that is can have fallow chicks

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Do you know if any of them have the fallow gene?


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to have the possibility of fallow chicks you would need to have a visual fallow and a bird that is split to fallow ( "split to" meaning it inherited one fallow gene from its parents since fallow is recessive), or two birds that are split to fallow, or two visual fallow birds ( although this is not recommended as breeding two birds of the same mutation can decrease genetic quality). Do you know if any of the parents of the birds you are trying to breed were fallow, or have any fallow in their background?
Here is a great genetics calculator you can use to calculate the odds of what the babies mutations could be based on the parents http://www.gencalc.com/gen/eng_genc.php?sp=0Cock

Ill also link you to our genetics and mutations sticky library, http://talkcockatiels.com/showthread.php?t=32278
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No i dont know, but if you zoom pair one male Eno, he has light golden colour in feathers

and following is the two chicks of pair1
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To get a fallow chick you need two parents who are at least split to fallow. Fallow is still rare enough that you're unlikely to get two birds with the fallow gene by pure accident. To get birds that definitely have the gene, you'll need to find someone who breeds fallow birds and buy a male and female who aren't related to each other and have at least one parent who is visual fallow. .

There are no visible signs of a fallow split. Your male looks like a whiteface cinnamon lutino - when cinnamon and lutino are combined a little bit of the melanin coloring comes back. This link explains why. http://www.littlefeatheredbuddies.co...cinnamonlutino
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