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Sheep Shack

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Considering how long that Sheep have played a main role in the game, the arrival of a Housing system for the Prized versions is a very welcome event indeed.

The Sheep Shack as it is placed on the Farm
The Sheep Shack as it is placed on the Farm

The Sheep Shack is the building in Farmville 2 in which Prized Sheep are housed, and it can contain up to 12 Sheep. To construct the Sheep Shack the following building materials are required:

  • Sheep Railings x10 (Feed Post)

  • Crooks x10 (Direct Request)

  • Sod x10 (Direct Request)

The Sheep Shack can store up to 12 Prized Sheep (6 when below Level 15, 4 when under Level 10) and halves the amount of Feed Feed needed to feed the Prized Sheep (rounded up to the nearest whole number).

It increases your feed capacity by 25. Feeding the Prized Sheep in the Sheep Shack may yield Golden Fleece as well.

The Prized Sheep inside this Building will not count toward your Animal Population.

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Oct 8th 2013 cocosparc
Great Info thanks so much. My question is ..if you move a prized animal to it's "SHACK" will it continue to ribbon? I have noticed that some have yellow some have red and some blue, I'm guessing once blue then its time to store in inventory. while in "SHACK" it is still collecting ribbons as every ribbon it hits whats her name..oh heck it escapes me runs in and throws speed feed at you. Do have this right?
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