Category : Barnyard Bird Information

Batty Bosom!!

Happy Saturday everyone hope your weekend is off to a great start!

Today I want to shine the spotlight on the Barnyard Birds Batty Bosom trait for our chickens!!

Batty Bosom were introduced to breeders on June 1, 2016! The Batty Bosom replaced the Crazed Barnyard Birds. Starting on the 1st of the month Amaretto announced what you must breed together to get that months Batty Bosom!

To get a Batty Bosom you must breed two Barnyard Birds that have the trait that was announced for that particular month!

  • Batty Bosom Cherry – Breeding two Cuprite legs- June 1- 30th
  • Batty Bosom Americana – Breeding a Azurite Beak to a Cuprite Beak July 1- July 31
  • Batty Bosom Yang-Yin – Breeding two Yang-Yin eyes August 1- August 31
  • Batty Bosom Safari – Breeding two Tribal Beak Designs September 1 – September 30
  • Batty Bosom Bloody- Breeding 2 Bloody Traits October 1 – October 31
  • Batty Bosom Glitter Silver – Breeding 2 Platinum Blue Leg November 1 – November 30
  • Batty Bosom Jester – Breeding any 2 Shades December 1 – December 31
  • Batty Bosom Melody – Breeding two Melody Eyes together January 1- January 31
  • Batty Bosom Heart – Breeding two Wing Red Heart or Wing Pink Heart together February 1- February 28
  • Batty Bosom Flower Power – Breeding TWO Barnyard Birds with Leg Zircon or Beak Zircon March 1 – March 31
  • Batty Bosom Chronic- Hidden in the Collectors “420” Edition
  • Batty Bosom A.R.U.- Hidden in the 2018 Collectors Edition A.R.U. Commencement
  • Batty Bosom – Thanksgiving 2018 On Thursday, November 22 any nest dropping could have the possibility to randomly get a new Batty Bosom Turkey!
  • Batty Bosom – Chuckle Hidden in the 2018 Gacha Emoji Birds!
  • Batty Bosom – Specs Hidden in the 2018 Gacha Emoji Birds!
  • Batty Bosom – Oopsy Poopsy Hidden in the 2018 Gacha Emoji Birds!

 

 

For a closer look at this awesome trait check it out on the wiki https://bird.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Batty_Bosom

Until next time this is Snookie saying Bok Bok & Happy Breeding!

Traits to the MAX!

Hey guys i wanted to take a few moments to talk to you about some changes to the max traits on 2 of our animals.

With the release of the Valentines Day Editions the maximum amount traits that you can get on a K-9 and Chickens has changed!

Here is a list of the max traits that a K-9 can have:

Max K-9 Traits
1 Coat (Non-Starter)
2 Eye (Non-Starter)
3 Ears (Non-Starter)
4 Size (Non-Starter)
5 Collar (Non-Starter)
6 Tail (Non-Starter)
7 Nose
8 Sheen
9 Radiance
10 Sunrise/Sunset/Gloom
11 Paw Polish/paw warmers
12 Drool
13 Dipped ears
14 Dipped Tail


Here is a list of the max traits that a Chicken can have:

Max Chicken Traits
1 Breed (Non-Starter)
2 Eye (Non-Starter)
3 Class (Non-Starter)
4 Leg Color
5 Beak Color
6 Beak Flaw
7 Beak Design
8 Shades
9 Glaze
10 Brilliance
11 Wing color
12 Batty Bosom
13 Whack Wattle

I am eager to see what you guys will do these new exciting possibilities for traits! Happy breeding everyone! This is Ava over and out!

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders:

As we’ve mentioned before, there are two questions that we get quite a lot and that is, “Help, my breedable isn’t eating!” or “Help, my breedable is sick!”  Range can be a common factor in both those questions. So, today, let’s talk about setting the range on your Amaretto breedables. We cannot stress enough how important range is when it comes to pretty much everything. The range is set in meters and is the radius of a circle with the home point as the center. (The radius of a circle is measured from the center to its edge). When a breedable is first birthed its default range is set to 5 meters. This means that you must have food within 5 meters in order for them to eat. When they are old enough to breed, the mate you want them to breed with must, also, be within 5 meters of them.

 

So you see the range you set is important for a few reasons.

If you have a lot of breedables, or even just a few, using a GPS can make things a lot easier. With these wonderful devices (one for each breedable), you can set all the stats at once; range, animation, movement, and sounds, all of it!  Just remember, if you have special projects going and need ranges set to a different amount on certain breedables, you will have to manually do this as the GPS will change the range on the whole sim. You can get the GPS absolutely free at any of the Amaretto food stores.

If you find that the range is not the issue, then try the following tricks before filing a ticket.

1. Re-rez (usually fixes 99% of the issues).
2. If the land is set to a group, are the breedables and food set to that group?
3. If the land isn’t set to a group, are the breedables and food set to the same group as each other?
4. Is the breedable set to the type of food out?
5. Remember to reset home position if you edit move your breedable. It is best to re-rez them next to the food instead of editing it over.

If all else fail, file a support ticket at http://support.amarettobreedables.com/index.php

Hope you find these tips helpful in keeping your breedables fed and well!

Till next time…Happy Breeding!

Its mean green time! Hey everyone hope everyone is having a terrific Tuesday! I wanted to take a few moment to show off all the surprises from the Luck of the Irish Editions!

First up look at these legs! Introducing to you the newest Duck leg Shamrock!
Remember these legs DO have the ability to pass!

From the legs to the face! Check out this Clover Face Marking! The Clover Face Marking DOES have the ability to pass as well!

Now my K-9 friends take a look at this show stopping Leg Gem Emerald! Like the other surprises the Leg Gem Emerald DOES have the ability to pass!

If Horses are your thing well your in luck! Because these lucky guys got a brand new Green Ear Tip, which conveniently matches the socks and bridle! I think someone did that on purpose but! You never know!!!

You can get any of these surprises from any breeding where at least one parent is a Luck of the Irish Edition! Happy Breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Howdy and Happy Monday! I hope you all had an amazing weekend! Today I wanted to take a moment to cover Bird Sanctuary! Amaretto Ranch Breedables offers a unique point system for birds or ducks that you no longer wish to keep. Basically all your Barnyard Birds and Ducks have a point value in Bird Sanctuary. The number of points differs based on age and traits. You can bring up the menu on any bird or duck that you own, choose settings, click on Bird Sanctuary and then confirm sending your bird to Sanctuary. Before you do that though you will see the point value of that bird and a notice that once a bird has been sent to Sanctuary it cannot be reversed. You have to confirm to send a Bird to Sanctuary, therefore it cannot be reversed. So make very sure this is something you really want to do. Even if it’s done by mistake it cannot be undone. So please be careful!

How to Use your Henny Pennies: Simply go to the any of our store locations http://amarettobreedables.com/pages/locations and find the Bird Sanctuary Vendor, Click the start button on the bottom right of the vendor. Your current amount of Henny Pennies will be displayed in local chat. After clicking the Start button and reviewing your Henny Penny balance you have 60 seconds of reserved time to make a selection from the vendor. Once you have made your selection you will need to agree to spending that many points on that item. If you agree you will then receive your item from the vendor and the Henny Pennies will be deducted from your Bird Sanctuary account. To make another purchase simply do it again.

The Bird Sanctuary Henny Pennies Reward system will Reward you for your Barnyard Birds in the following way:

  • Starter breed = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Hidden breed = 200 Henny Pennies
  • Starter eye = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Hidden eye = 200 Henny Pennies
  • Beak Color = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Beak Design = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Beak Flaw = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Leg Color = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Hidden classes = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Every cycle lost = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Shade = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Glaze = 100 Henny Pennies
  • Brillance = 100 Henny Pennies

ALL ITEMS ARE NO TRANSFER

Here we have the costs in Henny Pennies for the items Currently Available from the vendor (all items are subject to change without notice including prices and availability):

  • Barnyard Bird Flu Shot Single (Boxed) 8,000 Henny Pennies
  • Pet Pellets Six (Boxed) 18,000 Henny Pennies
  • Poultry Glow Single (Boxed) 1,0000 Henny Pennies
  • High Potency Seeds Single (Boxed) 8,000 Henny Pennies
  • Barnyard Birds Vivacity Corn Single (Boxed) 4,000 Henny Pennies
  • Hen Booster Pack Single (Boxed) 75,000 Henny Pennies
  • Rooster Booster Pack Single (Boxed) 75,000 Henny Pennies
  • Amaretto Sanctuary Bird – Wind it Up Nest Hen (Boxed) 75,000 Henny Pennies
  • Amaretto Sanctuary Bird – Wind it Up Nest Rooster (Boxed)75,000 Henny Pennies
  • Amaretto Sanctuary Bird – Memorable Sanctuary Rooster(Boxed)75,000 Henny Pennies
  • Amaretto Sanctuary Bird – Memorable Sanctuary Hen (Boxed)75,000 Henny Pennies

SO you see… Bird Sanctaury is a great way to thin out your breeding stock while earning Henny Pennies while you  do!

Happy breeding! Until next time…

 

Hiiiii!! Who is ready for the weekend!? I hope it is an awesome one for yall!! Today I wanted to take some time to help with two common questions I see in the Amaretto groups.  “Help my breedable isn’t eating?!” or “Help my breedable is sick!?”  There are quite a few things you can try to get your breedable eating again but remember if all else fails you can always file a ticket on the Amaretto Support site and have a CSR help you look into it.

Let me start by saying this month’s mystery sale is food! Food is mandatory in keeping your animal’s tummies full! Check it out the blog here http://amarettobreedables.com/blogs/5/172/you-don-t-want-to-miss-this-mystery-sale Now we move on to talk a little about the food for your breedables. The Ponie Pals only have 1 food type, Ponie Pal Grub. You will feed this to your ponies to keep them healthy and able to breed. The Horses, K-9s, Birds, and Ducks all have two different type foods available. Breeder Food is for Horses, K-9’s or Barnyard Birds and Ducks that you want to breed. Pet food is used when you do not wish to breed your animal.  If  you decide later that you do wish to breed them it will take 7 days of them eating Breeder food for the Pet food to wear off.

Using Food:

1. Rez the Food within your breedables set range. (A breedable’s default range is 5 meters)

2. You can click the Food to change options and see remaining %. Options include Owner only, Group only, and All.

A.  Owner only: Will only be consumed by the owners breedable.

B.  Group only: Will only be consumed by breedables in the same group as the food/water is set to.

C.  All: Any breedable within range of the food/water will be able to consume it.

Once the Food has been completely consumed it will disappear.

 

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In case your breedable gets hungry try these tips:

1. Re-rez fixes 99% of the issues.

2. If the land is set to a group, are the breedables and food set to that group? Some sims have it set that no scripts can run unless they are set to the right group as the land.

3. If the land isn’t set to a group, then check that the breedables and food are set to the same group as each other. So often the food is in one group and the breedable in another. The food is set to feed only those in the same group and before you know it you have sick breedables

4. For the horses, k-9s and birds, check to see if the breedable is set to the type of food out (You can check this in their More Stats)

5. Re-set home position.

If your Breedable still doesn’t eat after trying this, you will need to file a support ticket. Please include a location URL, so that we can come out and see them, in world. Please make sure that we have permission to come on the land.

Remember if you put a Breedable in your inventory it will get hungry.

For the horses, k-9s, birds and ducks, they will eat once every hour. If food is not present their hunger and thirst will rise until it reaches 100% (or in the case of the Barnyard Birds/Ducks until it reaches 0%) at which time they will get sick, this will take 3 days

For the ponies, they will eat once every 96 minutes. If food (Grub) is not present their Grub will rise until it reaches 100% at which time they will get sick. This can take 5 days.

A Healing Kit for horses, Vaccination for K-9s, Flu Shot for Birds and Ducks, and Ponie Noodle Soup for Ponies can be used to heal your breedable.

The horses, k-9s and birds, will eat their way out of sickness. Horses and K-9s take approximately 3 days and Barnyard Birds take 4 days.

To use a Healing kit, Vaccination, Flu shot or Noodle Soup, simply rez the item nearby your sick breedable. Click your breedable select consumables and select Healing kit, Vaccination, Flu shot or Noodle Soup. Before your eyes your Breedable will go from sick back to perfect health.

So there you have it all you need to know if your breedable starts to become sick.

Happy Breeding & Feeding!!

Until next time….

Amaretto gets Whacky!

Hello everyone its a terrific Tuesday! I wanted to get a chance to shine a spot light on the amazing Amaretto Chickens!

Amaretto celebrated Valentines Day on Feb 2nd 2019 and released Valentines Edition animals that you could purchase until Feb 15th 2019.

There was the a chance that you could get the 13th trait on the chickens!

What was this brand new trait??

The Whacky Wattle!

You can currently get two different Whacky Wattles
Rainbow Candy
Strawberry Cream

Whacky Wattles DO have the ability to pass!

Here is a list of the current 13 traits you can get on your Amaretto Barnyard Chicken:
1 Breed (Non-Starter)
2 Eye (Non-Starter)
3 Class (Non-Starter)
4 Leg Color
5 Beak Color
6 Beak Flaw
7 Beak Design
8 Shades
9 Glaze
10 Brilliance
11 Wing color
12 Batty Bosom
13 Whack Wattle

You can read all about Chicken traits on our wiki:
http://wiki3.amarettobreedables.com/index.php?title=List_of_Barnyard_Bird_Traits

I cant wait to see what you guys will do with these Whacky Wattles! Happy breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Barnyard Bird Batty Bosom

Happy Saturday everyone hope your weekend is off to a great start! Today I want to talk about the cute Barnyard Birds Batty Bosom trait for our chickens!!

Batty Bosom were introduced to breeders on June 1, 2016! The Batty Bosom replaced the Crazed Barnyard Birds. Starting on the 1st of the month Amaretto will announce what you must breed together to get that months Batty Bosom!

To get a Batty Bosom you must breed two Barnyard Birds that have the trait that was announced for that particular month!

  • Batty Bosom Cherry – Breeding two Cuprite legs- June 1- 30th
  • Batty Bosom Americana – Breeding a Azurite Beak to a Cuprite Beak July 1- July 31
  • Batty Bosom Yang-Yin – Breeding two Yang-Yin eyes August 1- August 31
  • Batty Bosom Safari – Breeding two Tribal Beak Designs September 1 – September 30
  • Batty Bosom Bloody- Breeding 2 Bloody Traits October 1 – October 31
  • Batty Bosom Glitter Silver – Breeding 2 Platinum Blue Leg November 1 – November 30
  • Batty Bosom Jester – Breeding any 2 Shades December 1 – December 31
  • Batty Bosom Melody – Breeding two Melody Eyes together January 1- January 31
  • Batty Bosom Heart – Breeding two Wing Red Heart or Wing Pink Heart together February 1- February 28
  • Batty Bosom Flower Power – Breeding TWO Barnyard Birds with Leg Zircon or Beak Zircon March 1 – March 31
  • Batty Bosom Chronic- Hidden in the Collectors “420” Edition
  • Batty Bosom A.R.U.- Hidden in the 2018 Collectors Edition A.R.U. Commencement
  • Batty Bosom – Thanksgiving 2018 On Thursday, November 22 any nest dropping could have the possibility to randomly get a new Batty Bosom Turkey!

 

For a closer look at any of these cuties check them out on the wiki https://bird.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Batty_Bosom

Until next time this is Snookie saying Bok Bok & Happy Breeding!

Hello Amaretto Community! Happy Monday! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend! Today I wanted to take a moment to talk a little bit about the Duck eyes! We have Duck Starter eyes and Non-Starter Eyes. Let’s take a look at them below! You can also check them out at any time using this link… https://duck.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Duck_Eyes

STARTER EYES

Amaretto Breedables all begin with the “Starter Eyes” that are sold in packs at the Amaretto Barnyard Bird stores

NON-STARTER EYES

You can have a chance at one of these exciting Non-Starter eyes by breeding any Bird with a starter bird or by breeding together two starter birds.

These eyes CAN be passed on.Preview (opens in a new window)

So you see… there are many new starter and non-starter eyes to add in to your fun and exciting breeding projects you may have going! I hope you all have a great week ahead!

Happy breeding! Until next time…

 

 

Duck Legs!!

Hello everyone and Happy New Year to you all!! Today I want to talk about the Duck Leg trait.  These legs are adorable and currently there are 8 available and they are:

  • Lemon
  • Carrot
  • Sky
  • Russet
  • Peach
  • Coconut
  • Charcoal
  • Bloody

 

Duck Legs traits were released hidden inside of starter ducks on October 8, 2018 with the release of version 1.0! The Duck Legs trait comes from breeding “Starter breed” together or one starter with any other Duck.

From October 20, 2018 through Nov 3, 2018 Amaretto celebrated Halloween with the first Duck Collectors Edition, the Bloody leg was hiding in the 2018 Halloween Edition. Please note that these Duck Legs CAN be passed on.

So now it’s time to start making some cool designer ducks matching up these awesome legs to all the other duck traits.  Not sure what is available?  Well check out all the duck traits on the wiki https://duck.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=List_of_Barnyard_Duck_Traits

Until next time this is Snookie saying have a great weekend.

Quack Quack & Happy Breeding!!