At the State Farm's cattery, any clone of Craftsman status and above will find a suitable animal for themselves. By taking care of him, the clone will not only feel like a real breeder, but will also be able to make a monetary profit from the sale of the products produced by the animal. You can also exchange your own animals for State Farm coupons at the kennel under certain conditions.
A clone acquiring animals must have an endurance score of at least 0.
Once upon a time, in the early days of cattle farming on Clone Earth, its inhabitants purchased adult cows and bulls from the State Farm's cattery. With the development of this industry, the State decided to give residents the exclusive opportunity to sell their own animals, thereby providing the Cattle Fair with a variety of livestock of various characteristics.
If no animals are available for sale in the kennel, go to the State Farm section of the Cattle Fair to purchase them from other players.
Here you can buy pigs and boars 32 days old and weighing 75 kg.
If no animals are available for sale in the kennel, visit the State Farm "Pig Fair" section to purchase boars and pigs from other players.
Peacocks are unique animals that lay not only simple eggs, but also precious ones (silver and gold). Peacocks can be maintained by clones of artisan status and above. It is possible to purchase an unlimited number of peacocks of different breeds in one clone.
In order for the peacocks to be comfortable, the clone should be provided in advance with their own perch or an unlimited capacity bird yard should be built at once.
Three breeds of Peacocks can be purchased at the Nursery: common, red, and royal. Their life span when purchased will range from 330 to 360 days.
You can also buy peacocks with a shorter life span from other players at the Peacock Fair.
Surrendering steers to the state farm nursery
When your cow gives birth to a steer or when you purchase a young steer at a Cattle Fair, you have the option of surrendering it to the State Farm Nursery in exchange for State Farm coupons.
For 1 kg of live weight of a steer, the nursery gives out 1 State Farm coupon.
Attention! Only steers up to and including 60 days old can be accepted.
The older your steer is, the higher its weight will be, which means the more coupons you will get from its surrender. Other circumstances also affect an animal's weight
Surrendering boars to the state farm nursery
When your sow gives birth to a boar or when you purchase a young boar at the Pig Fair, you have the option of surrendering it to the State Farm Nursery in exchange for State Farm coupons.
For 1 kg of live weight of a boar, the nursery gives out 1 State Farm coupon.
Attention! Only boars less than 30 days old can be surrendered.
The older your boar will be, the higher his weight will be, which means the more coupons you will get from his change. Other circumstances also affect the weight of the animal.
Surrendering chickens to the state farm nursery
Plain farm chickens can be exchanged for State Farm coupons when the number of birds on the chicken farm reaches at least 40 birds.
For 1 hen, the nursery gives out 3 State Farm coupons. The higher the number of birds on your farm, the more coupons per chicken you get.
Attention! When you exchange chickens for State Farm coupons, along with all the chickens you give away the chicken farm building itself.
If you don't already have a chicken farm, you can learn the specifics of keeping and breeding in Business → Livestock → Chicken Farm → Help.
You can also buy a chicken farm from other players at the State Farm Bird Market.
Surrendering dogs to the state farm kennel
Watchdogs are used on Clone Earth in guarding Real Estate.
If the homeowner no longer needs a guard dog, you can bring it to the State Farm and surrender it to the State Farm and receive State Farm coupons. To select this option, click on the icon of the desired dog in the house list on the Real Estate & Repair → House List page.
The number of coupons received depends on the age of the dog:
- from 1 to 200 days - 1 coupon.
- 201 days and above - no coupon is issued, but the dog is accepted by the State Farm to be kept.