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Posted by jusmebabe on December 22, 2002 at 10:01:42:
In Reply to: Re: Question about buying a red frilled baby?? posted by Pennebaker on December 21, 2002 at 20:41:53:
:If it is a NT red aussie, it will definitely go for more $ and look different than most frilleds, even if it is not the most colorful baby. There are always going to be higher colored and lower colored ones in a clutch, but the NTs are a different locale that only a few were ever brought into the states. Because of this, pretty much all NT reds had to be outcrosses to
silvers, but most were bred to show the high red coloration.
After thinking it over i decided to get 2 instead of one red who may or may not look like his dad.
:If it is a NG that shows red--sure, the baby has a good chance of showing similar coloration--but you never know with genetics.
::I may purchase a filled baby and wanted to know if babies from a real red frilled male will likely have the same bright red or will it likely look average? I ask as i don't want to spend 250 for one that will look plain. I saw the male and he was very bright.