Answers to common questions
Question: Do I have to build some kind of building to acquire cattle for my clones?
Answer: No, not necessarily. But if you plan to engage in livestock breeding in earnest - we recommend building a cowshed. This will give you advantages when breeding cattle, increases the weight of the newborn calf and makes it more convenient to keep the animals.
Question: Let's say I have a clone in the "Philistine" status. This clone already has 10 cows and bulls. If one of the cows in this clone gives birth to a litter (a steer), what happens to the "extra" steer? This clone can't have any more animals, can it?
Answer: This clone will not be able to keep such an "extra" steer. If you have another clone in your account who can accept an "extra" steer, that steer will be automatically transferred to it. If you have no more clones or if all your clones already have the maximum number of cattle, such a steer will automatically go to the State Farm Nursery and you will be awarded State Farm coupons according to the standard rules.
Question: What if this "extra" animal were not a steer, but a heifer?
Answer: If you have another clone in your account who can accept an "extra" chick, that chick will be transferred to him. If you have no more clones or if all your clones already have the maximum number of cattle - such a heifer will be given to the state for free.
Question: Is there a limit to the number of cows/bulls within a clone's total number of cattle?
Answer: No, there are no such restrictions. For example, a burgher can have both 10 cows and 10 bulls - as well as in any other ratio.
Question: Do I have to build a barn when I increase my herd to a certain size?
Answer: It's not necessary.
Question: Does the Biotechnology Division have a limit on the amount of fertilizer produced from cow manure per day?
Answer: No, there are no such restrictions. You can produce as much Cow Breeze fertilizer as you want in one go or in one 24-hour period.
Question: Is there a limit on the number of cow carcasses processed by the Meat Factory per day?
Answer: No, there are no such restrictions. You can process as many carcasses as you want at one time or in one 24-hour period.
Question: Do I have to build some kind of building to mate cattle?
Answer: No, it is not necessary if you will be renting a bull at the Producers Bull Fair. But if you plan to engage in livestock breeding in earnest - we recommend building a cowshed. This building gives you significant advantages when raising livestock, increases the weight of the litter and makes it more convenient to keep the animals.
Question: I have a cow. She became pregnant at the age of 400 days. What will happen to the litter, because the calf should be born when the cow is more than 420 days old?
Answer: Don't worry. Your cow cannot mate after she is 420 days old, but she can still bear litter from a mating that occurred earlier. Her pregnancy will proceed as usual, and the calf will be born on the due date.
Question: How do I know in advance which clone of my account will be given an animal born over the limit?
Answer: The future clone owner to whom the animal will be transferred is chosen at random from all eligible clones in your account. His name is not known in advance. After the birth of a calf you have to find it by hand.
Question: Solar Plates can only be produced at the Center for Innovation?
Answer: No, not only that. You can also buy finished solar plates at the Mercantile Guild Exchange.
Question: What happens if I have more animals than can fit in the barn when I build it? For example, if I have 100 animals, and I build a barn for 50?
Answer: It makes sense that in this situation, not all of your animals will be able to get into the barn. You can't choose which of your animals will go into the barn and which will stay in their owners' barns. Accordingly, those of your animals that are not in the barn will not benefit from its presence. That is, they will not be able to mate outside of the Progeny Bull Fair, their litter will not weigh more than usual, they will not be able to feed from the barn feeder, and so on.
Question: Why is the extra bonus not credited at the third level of superfood consumption?
Answer: There is no additional bonus for the third level of superfood consumption.
Question: What are the maximum bonus values for each level of superfood consumption?
Answer: Provided the animal is fed continuously at each level of superfood consumption, the maximum bonus values (for each kg of superfood) can reach: for the first level: 1.5%+0.1%*5=2%; for the second level: 1%+0.1%*5=1.5%; for the third level the bonus will always be 0.5% for each kg of superfood.
Question: What is the maximum bonus I can get by feeding superfood to animals?
Answer: If you feed the animal the maximum amount of superfood (25 kg every day) for 6 days in a row and further, you will reach the maximum value of the total bonus: (1,5%+0,1*5)*10+(1%+0,1%*5)*10+0,5%*5=37,5%.