I think splash orpingtons are really cool. How are they born? What i mean is what breeds make them. Is it a lavender and blue orpington mix?
Those don't like normal splash, black, blue, is because their English?piglett said:http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/ad117/piglett2195/Picture115_zpsb913c7b8.jpg http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/ad117/piglett2195/Picture121_zps1a8a3f61.jpg here is a couple, they are still not full grown....but they are starting to get some size to them
No I'm saying PIGLETT's orpington look more like a brown colorkessy09 said:The English Orpingtons are a lot rounder, and fluffier than their North American counterparts. Breeding "blue" poultry will always yield blue, black or splash chicks, regardless of the breed. Blue to blue yields approx. 50% blue, 25% black and 25% splash Black to black always yields all black. Blue to black yields 50% blue, 50% black Blue to splash is 50% blue, 50% black Splash to splash is 100% splash Splash to black yields 100% blue With that said, I hatched out over 20 blue laced red Wyandotte this summer. The breeding flock were all blue laced and black laced bred in different combos and I did not get a single splash.