Residents of the social status of "farmer" and above can buy or sell pigs and boars of various ages and weights at the Pig Fair.
There are limits on the number of head of pigs with a maximum age of 350 days in the personal keeping of residents of the state:
|Social status of a clone||Maximum number of pigs (pcs)|
|Tramp||Can't do livestock farming|
|Craftsman||Can't do livestock farming|
A clone acquiring animals (as well as other clones in the account) must have an endurance rating of at least 0.
The seller is charged a fee of 0.5% of the lot price when placing an item at the Fair. If you withdraw the lot, the commission is not refundable.
The seller is charged a commission of 4.5% of the value of the lot.
Immediately after putting the animal at the fair, and after the moment of its production (once a day), the lot becomes unavailable for sale for a random period of time (5 to 30 minutes). After this period, the lot becomes available for sale again.
While at the State Farm, the animals continue to eat and produce as usual.
The "Your State Farm Pigs" tab contains a list of your pigs for sale at the Fair. Here you will be able to remove the animal from the sale (cancel the lot).