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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 6:45 pm 
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Can they be bred with the black combs?


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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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yes you can but the black is dominant so you will get more black than red and you dont want that

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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infoaddict wrote:
yes you can but the black is dominant so you will get more black than red and you dont want that

i think black is domnate in all things


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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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jose wrote:
infoaddict wrote:
yes you can but the black is dominant so you will get more black than red and you dont want that

i think black is domnate in all things

Yes once you go black you aint going back :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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jose wrote:
infoaddict wrote:
yes you can but the black is dominant so you will get more black than red and you dont want that

i think black is domnate in all things

yeh found that too


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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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I would love some chicks of the red comb silkies please

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Do they need alot of care? looking for something ideal for the fat and lazy

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Do they need alot of care? looking for something ideal for the fat and lazy

Are you a school teacher by chance?

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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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Is that a teacher profile?



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 Post subject: Re: Pink Comb Silkies
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GayBen wrote:
PossumCorner wrote:
Do they need alot of care? looking for something ideal for the fat and lazy

Are you a school teacher by chance?

No but i'm about as useless as one

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