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Ranching Stage

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Part 08 -- Walkthrough Guide

Looking forward, by the time you finish completing the learning curve for CHickens and Sheep you may be thinking that Animals are a snap - but then you have not yet mastered Cows!

The mastery of Cows is the most complicated of the simple tasks in the game - largely because there really is nothing to it. At least as far as the Cows are concerned LOL.

As for us, well, we need to master the whole feed subsigy and creation process, and that is anything but simple or easy. Fair warning and no whinging mates...

So before we get to it let's start from the beginning shall we?

Chicken Production

Similar to cows and sheep, the amount of eggs your hens produce mainly depends on their number and their happiness. Visit the chicken coop and collect all the eggs you can find in the area.

Eggs can be sold at places marked on the map with an egg symbol.

Dairy Production

Cows only give milk if they are well-fed. You can feed them with hay, cut corn, or straw. If you give them enough, they produce more milk. If you don’t give them enough of one of them, the milk production will be cut in half.

The statistics keep you informed about the fi ll level of the feeding trough (hay) and the driving silo (chopped corn). The milking robot on the cow pasture automates the milking process. At the end of each day the money earned from sold milk gets booked to your account.

Sheep / Wool Production

As with cows, any sheep you buy automatically get transferred to their pasture. The sheep are the only animal that produces wool. The more Animals you have and the happier they are, the more quality wool they will produce.

There is a concrete slab at the sheep pasture where a pallet of wool appears in regular intervals. You can use a front loader to pick up and transport these pallets to the area marked out at the spinnery where they are sold.

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