My 7 FG Kits

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  1. Apr 15, 2014 #1

    robertherrington

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    Curious if they look healthy, and if they will all be light grey likethe parents.
    Feedback appreciated! I'm not quite sure I got all the photos my cam is messed up. Please tell me what you think! Dob is 4/1/14

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    PaGal

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    I'm not a breeder and know very little about it all but do know that although the parents might both be light grey the colors that went into the parents and all plays a role as well and so on down the line.

    I could certainly be wrong but a few of them look to have an orangish coloring along their backs. Wondering if that could be sandy or showing that they could be or turn agouti.
     
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    I have a FG and both his parents were about 15-18 lbs both grey. Their babies turned out to be a dark brown and some had calico markings. Gunner color is stunning to me ImageUploadedByRabbit Forum1397527085.838993.jpg ImageUploadedByRabbit Forum1397527133.434228.jpg ImageUploadedByRabbit Forum1397527193.727418.jpg
     
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    They all look healthy to me
     
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    they look very healthy. looks like you have chinchillas and Chestnut (sandy) babies.
     
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    Light Gray Flemish Giant babies can have a "yellowish" cast to the fur as babies. It is usually shed out as they mature. But if they retain it after 6 months, I would be concerned, if you intended to show them. Light Gray and Sandy's in the same litter is not an ideal mix for the best show colors.
     

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