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 Post subject: Hi Peacocks Australia
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hi Peacocks Australia so i breed two pieds together and then breed the offspring together over and over again to get a guinea fowl that is more pied the lavender is that right.
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hi Peacocks Australia so i breed two pieds together and then breed the offspring together over and over again to get a guinea fowl that is more pied the lavender is that right. once you get reverse pieds you breed them together to get white.
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hi Peacocks Australia so i breed two pieds together and then breed the offspring together over and over again to get a guinea fowl that is more pied the lavender is that right.
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Yes, you will need to cull all the offspring with equal or less markings than the sire & dam. You will need to use an out-cross in the third generation so it's advisable to have more than one non related line.


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hi Peacocks Australia once you get reverse pieds you breed them together to get white.
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Yes in theory, but only time will tell.



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Hi Peacocks Australia how long will it take to get good reverse pieds to breed white


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? Good question, that will depend on the line.





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HI Peacocks Australia if you breed two lavender guinea fowl together will they have pearl keets as well as lavender. so to get reverse pied just keep breeding pieds together and they will get whiter and whiter.
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HI Peacocks Australia what do you mean?


Yes, you will need to cull all the offspring with equal or less markings than the sire & dam.

You will need to use an out-cross in the third generation so it's advisable to have more than one non related line.

What is a breeding line.
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HI Peacocks Australia can you tell me the step by step i need to breed the reverse pied guinea fowl.
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HI Peacocks Australia if you breed two lavender guinea fowl together will they have pearl keets as well as lavender.
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Depending on their genetic make-up, but it is possible.



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