We have developed a brown version of our Mottled blacks.
The amount of spotting a bird gets will increase after each moult,reaching their maximum spotting potential by their third year, just like our mottled blacks.
Each white feather has small to large random brown spotting.
They breed around 75% true to color/pattern, they also produce a low number of chocolate palms and marbled chocolates.
The amount of spotting a bird gets will increase after each moult, they will reach their maximum spotting potential by their third year.
They are on a heterozygous black/black winged bronze base (Bb1) , homozygous for brown ee/e- , gray (cgcg) and narragansett (nn/n-)
Mottled chocolate genotype: Bb1ee/e-cgcgnn/n-
Approx. weights: Old Toms 30 lbs. Old Hens 15 lbs.
Some good examples of Mottled Chocolate feathers
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