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    (Breeding) finding out how much of a certain type of blood is in a chicken when breeding it to another of a different type or bloodline.

    Example:

    Bloodline Rooster (Pure KELSO) Bred with a 3/4 Hatch 1/4 Kelso Chicken = what will the offspring be.

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    Bloodline Rooster (Pure KELSO) Bred with a 3/4 Hatch 1/4 Kelso Chicken = what will the offspring be.

    = 3/8 Hatch and 5/8 KELSO

    Let's look at how we come to this conclusion.

    1. Why 3/8 Hatch?

    One parent has no Hatch ...

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    The solution provides an explanation via a detailed step-by-step solution on a breeding problem regarding bloodlines (see original problem).

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