What Does Out-to-Pasture/Retired Mean?

Happy Hump Day Breeders!

Perhaps you’ve seen it mentioned, either on the wiki or in chat, about a certain trait being Out to Pasture or Retired. What does that really mean? Let’s find out!

An Out to Pasture horse or bird, or Retired K9, refers to a trait that can no longer be dropped from new starters. To elaborate further, we’ll use horses as an example.

Starter Coats & Starter Traits
A Starter Coat or Trait that has been put Out to Pasture means you will never receive, from a Single*, Starter, Breeder, or Ranchers pack, a horse that contains this coat or trait. The only way to obtain a retired starter coat or trait is if a horse you are breeding has it somewhere in its lineage. *This includes Limited Edition Horses as they are considered starter horses.

Non-Starter Coats & Non-Starter Traits
A Non-Starter Coat or Trait that has been put Out to Pasture means you will never receive, from a Single*, Starter, Breeder, or Ranchers pack, a horse that contains this coat or trait as a hidden coat or trait. The only way to obtain a retired non-starter coat or trait is if a horse you are breeding has it somewhere in its lineage. *This includes Limited Edition Horses as they are considered starter horses.

Retired or Out to Pasture traits for K-9s and Barnyard Birds apply similarly.

For a full list of Out to Pasture/Retired Coats or Breeds, refer to the wiki:
https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Horse_Coats
https://k9.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=K-9_Coats
https://bird.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Bird_Breeds

Of course, if you ever need additional assistance, just jump in any of the Amaretto chat groups and ask. There are always moderators and fellow breeders there to help you out.

Until next time…HAPPY BREEDING!

 

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