Do The Chicken Dance!

What days is it? It’s National Dance like a Chicken Day! Now you don’t really have to dance like a chicken but if you want to learn check this out.

For those of you who won’t dance, you can always have your Barnyard Birds on movement, animations and sound activated, and watch them move around like real birds.

With the release of Amaretto Barnyard Birds on May 4, 2012 a new dimension was added to Amaretto Ranch Breedables. It started with four little starter breeds, American Game, California Gray, Partridge Leghorn, and Rhode Island White. All actual bird breeds, they soon gave rise to a myriad of other real breeds. In fact, it wasn’t until the Exotic Birds showed up that things started getting weird lol. The Exotic Birds are Amaretto’s version of the Charmed Horses, with something else thrown in. Exotic Birds are Special/Rare Birds that will give a gradual boost to the Vivacity of birds within 10 meters over a period of time, and like the Charmed with horses, can be born at random from ANY bird breeding combination. The vivacity boost they can give works on ducks also, and even works after they retire. It really helps save on orange rinds and lettuce. The five Exotic birds as of now are the Egghead, Rubber Chicken, Robotic with the Blue Beacon eye, the Egghead Noir, and the Egghead Rainbow. A little hint. If you ever get a Rubber Chicken, turn the sounds on, you’ll love it


To give an added twist, Exotic Birds that are Special/Rare Birds have the possibility of being found in the Starter Packs! The eyes and breed on these birds do not pass, however you could get extremely lucky and birth another Exotic Bird. When you breed an Exotic Bird (whether it is with another Exotic Bird or any other bird) you DO have an increased chance at receiving another random Exotic Bird.

Remember, the non-Exotic offspring of Exotic Birds do NOT have an increased chance of producing Exotic Birds. So get out there and don’t be chicken. Breed those birds! BOK BOK


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