Duck Facts

In October of 2018, Amaretto released the all new Barnyard Ducks! Sooo much cuteness, with little quackers running everywhere. Many breeders created ponds on their land because guess what? Your Amaretto ducks can swim! If you have access to Linden water, you can turn on movement and animations, set them down in it and they will swim back and forth. Sorry, it doesn’t work in prim water. They will walk under water in that case, as long as they can hold their breath.

Another good bit of info is Amaretto Ducks can use some of the Amaretto chicken products. That’s right, they can use the flu shots, poultry glow, potency seeds, and vivacity corn, and even the Beloved Bird! The food for Ducks is either Duck Diet for breeders, which also requires lettuce to make them happy, or duck Pet Pellets for non breeders.

Ducks also use the same incubator as chickens. It’s the 3.0/1.1 version available free at the bird food stores. And thanks to the last bird update, it no longer takes an hour to hatch the nests, only a few minutes.

Ducks are also like the chickens in that one food lasts one bird 4 weeks, 2 birds 2 weeks and so on. Their hardiness should also be at or near 100%. You can breed one drake to one hen, then they both go into recovery. Like the horses, dogs and chickens, ducks can be fed well on amaretto food if they get sick. They do not retire until they have run out of cycles for breeding.

Here is the duck wiki so you can check out all the great breeds and traits on these funny Amaretto birds.

Mallard Drake
Pekin ducks
Cape Teal Duck

The first two starter ducks are real breeds, as are many of the Amaretto Ducks. Like the Chickens, they come in many varieties and colors. Doesn’t the texture crew do an awesome job? Bok Bok and Happy Breeding.


Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.