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I see that breeding the animals creates new generations but what is the right way to advance those generations?

 

Should I kill off the old generations and only leave the latest ones? I have had chickens for a lot of in game days but they are still just on gen 2 

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18 hours ago, Maxwell Ellington said:

I'm having the same problem, somehow not getting males above gen 1. I'm just going to kill off all but a single couple, I'll update if it works.

I don't even have a single gen 1 male rooster for some reason.

 

Cool would be nice to know how it works. 

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In my experience it seems that only the female needs to advance. A 3rd gen female breeding with a wild male seems to give a 4th gen animal. I am not sure this is true but I think this is how it works. I do try have the same gen males as the females but it does not always work. Hope this helps!

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On 5/20/2020 at 4:52 AM, HuskyTemple said:

In my experience it seems that only the female needs to advance. A 3rd gen female breeding with a wild male seems to give a 4th gen animal. I am not sure this is true but I think this is how it works. I do try have the same gen males as the females but it does not always work. Hope this helps!

That is useful info yes.

 

I have killed off all my old generation because I could not keep feeding them. Now I have a lot of meat thats probably gonna go to waste though. 

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