Casper, is our Ghost female. Her beautiful 'yellows' and gentle temperment has made her a favorite here.
We have lots of plans for Casper in the coming years; ghost bloods, stripes and motleys are just a few of the projects we
would like to involve ourselves in.
Candy is one of our Amelanistic females. Having been bred to a Snow male in 2005, we know she is not 'het anery'.
For this very reason, we are hoping in 2006 to breed her to Gryphon, our Opal male. Her rich colouration should add
some nice 'pinks' into our Opal lines in future.
A "picture perfect" stripe is the highlight of Venus, our amelanistic striped female. Proven 'het anery', 2006
found her mated with Ramses, our Caramel male and together they produced both hypos and normals, het for butter stripe.
The holdbacks from this clutch are the F1's for both our Butter and Caramel Stripe projects.
Topaz is a Butter female aquired from Simon Fung. Her saddles are deep gold and she has a yellowish ground
colour. In 2006 we bred her to Oden, our Butter male but an unfortunate incubator malfunction resulted in us losing
all her eggs. We are hoping she will be bred to LeStat our Bloodred Male next season, and thus F1's will be available
for our Sulphur project.
Pandora is a Lavender, het amel female from Simon Fung stock. 2006 was her proving year; she was bred to Gryphon,
our Opal male. These eggs were also lost during incubation. She is one of 3 lavender females in our collection.
Lavender and Opal striped hatchlings are two projects Pandora will be heavily involved in.
Mayauela or 'Maya", named for the Mexican goddess who introduced the gods to "pulque/booze" is a beautiful Normal Aztec
female. She exhibits more of an 'Okeetee' look with her black borders highlighting her zig-zag pattern. 2005 was
her proving year, and this season we hope her match-up with Pulque, our Aztec male will be just as successful.
Her dark charcoal metallic shine and her blood red patterning, make Willow, our Pewter, one of the gems in our collection.
She is from Simon Fung stock and her proving year was 2005. The 2006 breeding season was 'highlighted' by the
production of Bloodreds with our matchup between Willow and Sinbad.
Fleur, Hypo, het caramel and anery female. She was produced here at HanneysCorns from Casper x Ramses. Butterscotch
would be a more fitting description of her colour. 2006 was her proving year and she produced Hypos, Caramels, and
Ambers when she was bred to Molson, our Amber male.
Maggie is a Normal, het hypo, charcoal female. Again from Simon Fung stock, her proving year will find her potential
mate with Spirit, our Phantom male. A clutch of Charcoal and Phantom hatchlings would be a welcome addition in 2007.
When Raven caught our eye at an Expo, she became a 'must have'. Her motley pattern is so precise and the contrast
between her blacks and grays is eye catching. She is an Anery Hurricane Motley we are proud to own. 2007 saw her
matched with Apollo and together they produced Cubed Motleys in both Normal and Anery.
Calypso is a beautiful corn who came to us via a rescue. She has matured into a brightly colored Amel with
almost fluorescent orange saddles with very little white outline. She was proven this year with Sinbad, our Sunglow,
het blood this year and the colour of those hatchlings couldn't have been brighter.
Ebony is an Anery, het amel. She has exceptional contrast between her blacks and grays. She was proven
to carry the amel gene recessively when she was bred to Aries, our Anery, het hypo,amel male and little snow heads emerged
from the egg. Our only Anery female, she will be used in many projects we have planned for the future.
Put on your sunglasses and take a look at Cinnamon, our Hypo Motley. Her proving year was 2006 and she was bred
to Penn, a Hypo, het opal, anery male. Although she laid 16 beautiful eggs, an incubator malfunction resulted in none
of these hatchlings surviving. We look forward to 2007 and seeing some of her babies finally hatch.
Silver is another U.S. import and is a Charcoal female who will be incorporated into our Charcoal Stripe project.
Her shimmering grays and black saddle outlines caught our attention. She came to live with us in early March of '06
and although an adult we decided to give her the year off. 2007 will hopefully see her first matchup with Spirit, our
If 'true white' is your preference than Blizzard, amelanistic charcoal is the morph most likely to capture your attention.
Meet Contessa, 'Tessa' for short. She is from Simon Fung stock and we can really make use of her genetic combination
in our charcoal projects. Our hope is to breed her with Spirit in 2007 and produce both blizzards and charcoals from
Scarlett is a stunning Crimson female. Our hopes for establishing a Crimson Stripe line rests heavily on her shoulders.
Her first match up will be with Simon, our male but that will not be until 2007 season. Patience is definitely a virtue
in corn breeding projects.
Misty is another '06 adult addition to our collection. Lavender Stripes and Lavender Diffused are the two projects
Misty will find herself involved with. Our plans for '07 include introducing her to LeStat, our male Bloodred,
The F1's from this pairing will be the foundation stock for the Lav Blood line we hope to establish.
Shades of yellow on yellow, Maize, the other adult female butter we acquired this summer, will work nicely into our Butter
Blood or Sulpur project. Her potential partner for the '07 breeding season is LeStat, our Bloodred male. The offspring
of this matchup also has the potential to produce the Caramel and Amber Bloods we see in our future.
Meet Pepper. Her deep orangey reds should enhance our Opal projects. This will be Pepper's proving year and
we hope a successful pairing of Gabriel, our lavender male, and Pepper will produce some very nice offspring with het opal
genes. In a few years time, those F1's will hopefully enhance our opal line to the pink tones we are desiring.