Oregon blues are basically a slate version of the Oregon gray, they have a white base plumage color with slate pigmentation about the edges of the feathers. There is some slight barring in the wing feathers which appears as a mixing of slate and white without definition.
At hatch, the Oregon blue poult has a yellow-slate gray down color with faint stripes on its head and back.
(Genotype: bb cgc Dd nn)
Which means bronze based with gray, white, slate and narragansett genes.
When breeding these 7 results are produced: Oregon blue, dark blue, lavender blue, dark lavender blue, Oregon gray, dark gray and white.
If any happen to carry a (b') black winged bronze gene these additional results can be produced: Royal palm, blue palm and lavender palm
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