Types of animal husbandry
Livestock production is one of the key activities in any state. Domestic animals produce useful and natural foods for residents (meat, milk), as well as manure, which can be used to make a wonderful fertilizer to increase the fertility of your fields. In the land of clones, everything that animals produce, and they themselves, can be objects of economic activity and, in capable hands, bring a lot of profit. Read in detail about livestock breeding in the clone world in this section.
Cattle (cows and bulls) - provide you with beef, milk, fertilizer, hides or State Farm coupons. Read more
Pigs (sows and boars) are extremely useful livestock that will provide your account with pork, bacon, fertilizer and State Farm coupons. You can develop the sports characteristics of your boars, participate in competitions and receive prizes in the form of gold coins!
Here we tell you how to get pigs, care for them, and breed them, as well as how to profit from produce and sports training. Read more
Chickens are useful poultry that will help you provide your account with eggs, chicken, fertilizer and State Farm coupons.
Here we will tell you how to build a chicken farm, raise chickens and profit from their products. Read more
These unique birds are notable for the fact that, in addition to normal eggs, they can lay precious silver and gold eggs. These birds require special treatment.
Here you will learn a lot of useful information on how to keep these birds, get products from them, and use them in agriculture. Read more
Thanks to a miraculous find - an amber stone with a frozen drop of blood of an ancient dragon inside, as well as the development of genetic engineering, it became possible to revive the ancient flying lizard Clones on Earth. Dragons are a huge economic engine of the clone world, as they consume a lot of meat and bring their owners mountains of gold coins. Read more
Manure produced by various animals can be used to make fertilizer. Their use significantly increases the yield of agricultural fields. Read more