Table of Contents:



Getting Started

Welcome to the wonderful realm of Animal husbandry. Before you can begin, there are some simple things that you need to know.



Requirements



Location

The Player-Owned Farm can be found just North of Ardougne. The best methods of arriving here are via the Lodestone network or with the Ardougne cape (2, 3, or 4).

Farm Map

Tutorial

Upon first arriving to the Manor Farm, you will want to speak to the old lady on the West side of the house. Talking with Granny Potterington, she will decide to make you her new Farm hold partner then set about teaching you the very basics of how to run the farm.

  1. After speaking with her, walk to the East side of the house and click on the roaming yak to pick it up then return to Granny Potterington and speak to her again. She will say her goodbyes to Jack then tell you to sell him to Prezleek.

  2. Walk to the South side of the well and speak with Prezleek (yak buyer). He will trade you 500 Beans for Jack. Return to Granny Potterington and tell her what you've obtained.

  3. She will inform you that the Beans you received are the currency that animals are bought and sold with. She will then instruct you to add them to your currency pouch. Click them and do so, then speak to Granny Potterington again.

  4. Next you learn a brief history of how the farm got into its current state and Granny Potterington's plan to help get it back to tip top condition. When she is finished talking, a window displaying the Farmers' Market will open. Buy the Small pen deed I (+materials), a Rabbit (doe), and a Rabbit (buck).

  5. Speak to Granny Potterington and she will tell you that you need to check the rabbits and build them a pen. Click on each of the bunnies, this will make it so that you know the various stats about them: Name, age, sex, traits, etc.

  6. Walk South to the 2 small pens and choose which you'd like to build first; it makes no difference which you choose. Once you have made your decision, click on the gate to build it. Once it is complete, click the gate again to open a window where you will be able to add and remove animals from that pen - add the 2 rabbits. Note that you can also use animals on the pen gates to add them.

  7. Once both rabbits are in the pen, click the gate again or click one of the rabbits. This will open a window that shows you all of the animal's stats as well as buttons to "Gather Produce", "Remove", and "Cure Disease". Clicking the arrow along the top left and right will allow you to scroll between animals. You will notice that one of your animals are sick. Click the "Cure Disease" button followed by the various "Check [area]" buttons. After you have investigated all the areas, you should know what illness your animal has so you can choose the correct treatment - in this case, it is the Flu.

  8. Return to Granny Potterington and will tell you about how to feed them before handing you some Fruity mush. Walk to the pen and click the trough, this will allow you to deposit a maximum of 60 pieces of food from your inventory. If you wish to add more than 60, you will need to climb into the pen (using one of the various planks (stile) located around the pens) and use the food on the trough.

  9. With the rabbits fed, speak to Granny Potterington once again. She will give you the option to pass the time quickly as your rabbits age to adulthood. Choosing to wait instead of skipping the time will take approximately 30 minutes.

  10. When the rabbits have reached adulthood, return to the pen and click on one of them or on the gate. Choose to "Gather Produce" then "Remove" with both of them. Speak to Granny Potterington briefly, then with the rabbits in your inventory, walk to the East side of the house and place them in the Breeding pen along with some food; this is the Northern of the 2 pens. Speak to Granny to have the option of skipping time until an offspring has been produced, otherwise you will need to wait 5-25 minutes.

  11. When a baby has been born, you will recieve an announcement that says "The animals in the [location] pen, have given birth to a healthy child." Check on the offspring and remove it from the pen, then go speak with Granny Potterington.

  12. You will ask her if it's just about rabbits here and what you do with them once bred. She will tell you that the rabbits are just the start and that Prezleek has probably spread the word so you will find buyers to sell your stock to. She will suggest that you speak to her before selling any animals, for tips to increase your sales, and to find out more about the Farmers' Market. This will complete the Tutorial.


Basic Information

Upon completion of the tutorial, you will have some Beans available to spend. It is highly recommended to start off with getting either a medium or large pen so you can get more animals on your farm. To build these pens, you need to buy a deed from the Farmers' Market then construct it with certain construction materials based on the size. Once you have it built, you can choose to buy basic sheep or cows from the Farmers' Market, go out in the wide world of Gielinor and obtain your chosen species personally, or to purchase unchecked variants from the Grand Exchange.

Be aware that animals can only be sold on the Grand Exchange and will stack in the bank if they are unchecked. Once you have checked the animal, it will take up its own slot within your bank and, while it cannot be sold on the Grand Exchange, it can be traded with players around you.



Clicking on either a paddock gate or an animal will open the animal interface. Within this new window there are several bits of information. At the very top in capital yellow letters you will see your animal's name. Clicking an arrow to either side of the window will enable you to scroll through all the animals in that pen. See the list below for more about the various information on the interface.

Animal Stats

  • Purple - The second tab along the top will change the interface so that you can add and remove animals to the paddock without closing the window. Using the "Remove" button at the bottom of this interface will always close the window and place the animal in your inventory.
  • Silver - This area provides a view of the animal in question and informs you of its age above it.
  • Dark Green - Here you will find several bits of information including what breed it is and which pen it belongs in. You will also see their Weight, Speed, and Attractiveness ratings. As of now, these stats do not matter. In the future there may be contests where animals are graded on these stats.
  • Light Blue - These bars inform you of the animal's Health and Happiness. Keeping these at higher levels increases the likelihood of the animal breeding.
  • Yellow - This tells you what types of food your animal will eat.
  • Red - traits are shown here. Clicking on one of them will give you a description of the trait.
  • Dark Blue - This is a random description added to each pet. It is just here for amusement.
  • Light Green - At each new Growth stage this button will become bright yellow. Clicking it will allow you to earn experience and (usually) gather resources from that animal.
  • Orange - When bright yellow, your pet will have an Illness. Clicking on it will enable you to check your animal's symptoms and cure it.


Animals and How to Obtain Them

In Player-Owned Farms, there are a total of 9 different species which you can gather, grow, and sell. Each species has several different breeds, ranging from only 4 to 7 different ones. The table below explains where to find each of the different species' breeds as well as the Farming level required to check and raise them.

Breed Obtaining Pen Size
Rabbit - 17 Farming
Common brown rabbit Purchased during Tutorial.
Killing Rabbits; will autoloot to your pack.
Small
Rellekkan cream rabbit Killing Rabbits around the Swaying tree South East of Rellekka (near number 25 on the map); will autoloot to your pack.
Piscatorian cottontail rabbit Hunting White rabbits in the Piscatoris Hunter Area; will autoloot to your pack.
Jackalope Only from breeding.
Chicken - 28 Farming
Common white hen Egg purchased from Farmers' Market. 50/50 chance for either sex. Small
Rooster
Bandosian bantam hen Only from breeding.
Varrockian red hen
Oomlie hen
Lizard Chicken
Sheep - 35 Farming
White ewe Purchased from Farmers' Market. Medium
White ram
Black ewe/ram Only from breeding between 9PM and 9AM Game time.
Springsheared ewe/ram From breeding during Spring. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Summerdown ewe/ram From breeding during Summer. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Fallface ewe/ram From breeding during Autumn. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Winterworld ewe/ram From breeding during Winter. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Golden ewe/ram Only from breeding.
Cow - 49 Farming
Kandarin cow Purchased from Farmers' Market. Large
Bull
Chocolate cow Only from breeding.
Strawberry cow
Vanilla cow
Harlequin cow
Chinchompa - 54 Farming
Cobalt chinchompa Hunting Cobalt skillchompas (27 Hunter) at the Tree Gnome Stronghold Hunter Area. Small
Viridian chinchompa Hunting Viridian skillchompas (46 Hunter) at the Hunter area South of Port Phasmatys.
Grey chinchompa Hunting Chinchompas (53 Hunter) at the Piscatoris Hunter Area.
Carnivorous chinchompa Hunting Carnivorous chinchompas (63 Hunter) at the Feldip Hills Hunter Area.
Azure chinchompa Hunting Azure skillchompas (68 Hunter) at the Trollweiss Hunter Area.
Crimson chinchompa Hunting Crimson skillchompas (89 Hunter) at the Hunter area North West of Menaphos.
Crystal chinchompa Hunting Crystal skillchompas (97 Hunter) at the Hunter area West of Tyras Camp.
Golden chinchompa Only from breeding.
Spider - 64 Farming
Spirit spider Killing various spiders in Gielinor; does not autoloot to your pack, you will see a lootbeam. Medium
Night Spider Only from breeding between 9PM and 9AM Game time.
Fever spider From breeding during Spring. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Giant spider From breeding during Summer. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Corpse spider From breeding during Autumn. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Ice spider From breeding during Winter. Possible to obtain off season if 1 or more parents are this breed.
Araxyte spider Very rare drop from Araxxi and from breeding.
Yak - 71 Farming
Fremennik yak Killing Yaks on Neitiznot; when you get the "drop" you will find an orphan yak, click on it to interact and receive the item. This will complete the "Barooooo!" task. Large
Spirit yak Making Pack yak pouches. You will need a free inventory slot to obtain.
Sacred yak Only from breeding.
Zygomite - 81 Farming
Gloomshroom zygomite Collecting Mort myre fungus.
Harvesting Morchella mushrooms (74 Farming), Bittercap mushrooms (53 Farming), and Arc mushrooms or berries (90 or 86 Farming).
Medium
Arcspore zygomite Only from breeding.
Daemoncap zygomite
Zanarian zygomite
Magical zygomite
Dragon - 92 Farming
Green dragon Killing Green dragons; does not autoloot to your pack, you will see a lootbeam. Large
Blue dragon Killing Blue dragons; does not autoloot to your pack, you will see a lootbeam.
Red dragon Killing Red dragons; does not autoloot to your pack, you will see a lootbeam.
Black dragon Killing Black dragons, King Black Dragon, and Queen Black Dragon; does not autoloot to your pack, you will see a lootbeam.
Royal dragon Only from breeding. See here for specific requirements.


Caring for the Animals

Now that you know where to obtain all of the animals for your Player-Owned Farm, let us now go over how to take care of them all.



Pens

Once you have animals to care for, the first thing you will need is a pen to keep them in. 3 of the species will fit in each size pen and you can only purchase/create 2 of each size.



Small pens

Can hold up to 6 Rabbits, Chickens, or Chinchompas in each pen. Building these pens will earn you 600 Construction experience each. To build the pens you will need:



Medium pens

Can hold up to 4 Sheep, Spiders, or Zygomites in each pen. Building these pens will earn you 1,350 Construction experience each. To build the pens you will need:



Large pens

Can hold up to 3 Cows, Yaks, or Dragons in each pen. Building these pens will earn you 2,800 Construction experience each. To build the pens you will need:



Perks

On each of the pens you have the ability to add a Farm totem, purchased from the Farmers' Market (200 Beans). But what do those do? When an elder of any given species is placed into a pen with a totem attached to it, you will enable its tier 1 perk. Placing a second elder of the same species within your other pen and adding a Farm totem to it will enable the tier 2 perk. See the table below for what species can enable what perks.

Species Perk Name Tier 1 Perk Tier 2 Perk
Rabbit Like Rabbits Breeding success increased by 7%. Breeding success increased by 10%.
Hen Headless Chicken A 3% chance to halve feathers used (minimum 1) when fletching arrows, darts, or bolts. A 5% chance to halve feathers used (minimum 1) when fletching arrows, darts, or bolts.
Rooster As the Rooster Crows A 7% drop chance increase to receive ghostly essence while fighting enemies that drop it, for a number of kills after hearing a rooster's crow. A 10% drop chance increase to receive ghostly essence while fighting enemies that drop it, for a number of kills after hearing a rooster's crow.
Chinchompa If Chins Could Skill A 3% chance to not lose a skillchompa when using them. A 5% chance to not lose a skillchompa when using them.
Ewe Have Ewe (Many Wool) Gain 2 pieces of wool on successful shearing. Gain 3 pieces of wool on successful shearing.
Ram Randomly Accessed Memories Gain memory strands from farming activities at 50% of the rate from Divination. Gain memory strands from farming activities at 75% of the rate from Divination.
Spider NopeNopeNope Increases damage against all spiders by 2% (including Araxxor/Araxxi). Increases damage against all spiders by 3% (including Araxxor/Araxxi).
Zygomite Uncapped Potential A 7% chance to yield an additional mushroom when gathering them from patches, clusters, or bloomed logs. A 10% chance to yield an additional mushroom when gathering them from patches, clusters, or bloomed logs.
Cow Milky, Milky All Cooking XP earned from churning is at 2x normal. All Cooking XP earned from churning is at 4x normal.
Bull Bully for You A 1 in 5 chance to not deplete a compost bin when collecting compost from it. A 1 in 3 chance to not deplete a compost bin when collecting compost from it.
Yak Nigel's Gift A 2% chance to find a clue scroll either when checking health in, or harvesting the last crop from any patch. A 2.5% chance to find a clue scroll either when checking health in, or harvesting the last crop from any patch.
Dragon Dragon Ultra Combo A 1/1000 chance to get an ancient effigy while checking a fully grown farming patch, only if ultracompost is used. A 1/750 chance to get an ancient effigy while checking a fully grown farming patch, only if ultracompost is used.


Perk Achievements

By placing specific species in each of your pens, you can also complete 2 achievements: Perk Up! and Perk Out! For both achievements you will need 1 Farm totem on each of your 6 pens.

Perk Up!

The aim for this achievement is to have 6 tier 2 perks active at once. Place 1 set of the following couples in each pen:

  • Small - Rooster and Hen
  • Medium - Ram and Ewe
  • Large - Bull and Cow


Perk Out!

The aim for this achievement is to have 9 tier 1 perks active at once. Place the following animals in each pen:

  • Small - Rooster and Hen
  • Small - Rabbit OR Chinchompa
  • Medium - Ram and Ewe
  • Medium - Spider OR Zygomite
  • Large - Bull and Cow
  • Large - Yak OR Dragon


Food

As learned during the tutorial, when you have animals in a pen you will need to add food to the trough for them to eat. Animals will eat food on all of the even game time hours (2:00, 4:00, etc). If they are given the proper food, animals will heal slightly and become a little bit happier each time. In turn, failing to feed them will cause these stats to lower and for them to potentially become sick.

Each tough can hold a maximum of 1,000 pieces of food. These can be added noted or unnoted and from inside or outside of the pen. Adding from outside will only enable you to add them in bunches of 60 (maximum) where as adding from within the pen will give you the option to type how much you wish to deposit if you use the food on the trough. Adding food to a trough will automatically turn it to mush. As a result, you will not be able to reclaim any food put into them, but you can withdraw the mush created. Each animal will eat 1 or more type of mush. You can see these foods listed on the interface below the Health and Happiness bars. Or you can see the table below for which types they eat.


Be aware that Chinchompas only eat Variety mush. This is made by using 2 or more types of food on the trough. The amounts used do not make a difference, as soon as you add another type it will become Variety mush. This means it can be created with 999 various arc berries and 1 Raw shark or 6 Cooking apples, 64 Morchella mushrooms, and 1 Onion. The "recipe" does not matter. Alternatively, you can remove any mush from a pen, add it to the empty chinchompa trough, then remove it as Variety mush. The mush must be added and removed in a pen with chinchompas for this to work.

Flowers Vegetables Fruits Seeds Mushrooms Meat Fish
Rabbit X X X X
Chicken X X X
Sheep X X X
Cow X X X
Spider X X
Yak X X X
Zygomite X
Dragon X X


Where to Obtain Food



Growth

Animals in the Player-Owned Farm will each progress from child to elder. The amount of time between ages, and the amount of Farming experience gained at each threshold, varies by species. Note that if you miss gathering experience and resources for one of the growing stages, you will still obtain it when you gather at the next one. For example, if you find a chicken egg in a pen and do not check it until it is an adolescent, you will receive both the 250 and 375 Farming experience, as well as any feathers and eggs as appropriate, when you gather the produce.

Species Egg to Baby Baby to Adolescent Adolescent
to Adult
Adult to Elder Time to Breedable Total
Time XP Time XP Time XP Time XP Time XP Time XP
Rabbit X X 16 min 100 28 min 175 36 min 225 44 min 275 1 hour
20 min
500
Chicken 20 min 250 30 min 375 1 hour 750 1 hour
30 min
1,125 1 hour
50 min
1,375 3 hours
20 min
2,500
Sheep X X 30 min 250 53 min 437.5 67 min 562.5 1 hour
23 min
687.5 2 hours
30 min
1,250
Cow X X 1 hour
20 min
1,000 2 hours
20 min
1,750 3 hours
30 min
2,250 3 hours
40 min
2,750 6 hours
40 min
5,000
Chinchompa X X 8 hours 6,000 14 hours 10,500 18 hours 13,500 22 hours 16,500 1 day
16 hours
30,000
Spider 2 hours 2,000 3 hours 3,000 6 hours 6,000 9 hours 9,000 11 hours 11,000 20 hours 20,000
Yak X X 16 hours 13,000 1 day
4 hours
22,750 1 day
12 hours
29,250 1 day
20 hours
35,750 3 days
8 hours
65,000
Zygomite X X 16 hours 16,000 1 day
4 hours
28,000 1 day
12 hours
36,000 1 day
20 hours
44,000 3 days
8 hours
80,000
Dragon 16 hours 20,000 1 day 30,000 2 days 60,000 3 days 90,000 3 days
16 hours
110,000 6 days
16 hours
200,000


Health and Happiness

Opening an animal's interface will present you with two percentage bars just below their image. These bars let you know how happy and how healthy your animal is. Keeping these at higher levels increases the likelihood of the animal breeding. These bars are affected a few different ways: Honey and Milk, Food, and Illness.



Beehives and Milk

Though they are not obtained the same way, how you use these items and the functions they perform are similar. To use them on your animals, you will need to step into the pen with them and use the item on the specific animal. This will increase the appropriate stat(s) and consume the item. Note that diseased animals and eggs will not consume these items.



Beehives

To the far East side of the farm you may have noticed seven beehives. Here, you can place up to 27 of 5 different type flowers in the hives to create specialty honey. These honeys are created at a 1 flower to 1 honey ratio with 1 created every hour. Note that it is possible to use the full amount of each type flower on the hives, however, when you collect the honey it comes out in a random order. Due to this reason, it is suggested to stick to one type of flower in any given hive. Right clicking the hive you can choose to "Check flowers stored" to see how many and what type of flower(s) you have in each hive.

Beehives

In order to collect honey, you will need to use insect repellent on the hive - if you have not done so yet, you can add this item to your toolbelt. You will get a message telling you that you see the bees leaving. Clicking the hive will then give you the option to collect the honey or not. Choosing to not collect it will open the flower deposit interface. Collecting the honey will cause you to begin collecting the special honey and continue to do so until the hive is empty or your inventory is full.

Flower Honey Increase
Marigolds
Marigolds
Delicious Honeycomb
Delicious honeycomb
10% happiness
Snape Grass
Snape grass
Sweet Honeycomb
Sweet honeycomb
10 beauty marks
Rosemary
Rosemary
Dense Honeycomb
Dense honeycomb
10 weight
Nasturtiums
Nasturtiums
Runny Honeycomb
Runny honeycomb
10 gallopers
Woad Leaf
Woad leaf
Medicinal Honeycomb
Medicinal honeycomb
10% health


Flowers can be obtained using the following methods.

  • Marigolds
    • Grown at 2 Farming, granting 8.5 experience to plant and 47 experience to harvest. It takes 18 minutes to grow and you will obtain 1 flower when harvested.
  • Snape grass
    • 3 respawns South West of the Crafting Guild.
    • 27 respawns on Waterbirth Island. 3 of them will require use of the Telekinetic grab spell to obtain.
    • Commonly pickpocketed from Meilyr workers.
    • Often dropped by several monsters including: Aberrant spectre (8), Aquanite(6-8), Fungal mage(4), Starlight(5), Turoth(4), and Waterfiend(6)
    • Grown at 80 Farming, granting 175 experience to plant and 80 experience to harvest. It takes 3 hours & 20 minutes to grow and you will obtain 7-60 bunches when harvested.
  • Rosemary
    • 1 respawn just East of the Oo'glog lodestone.
    • Grown at 11 Farming, granting 12 experience to plant and 66.5 experience to harvest. It takes 20 minutes to grow and you will obtain 1 bunch when harvested.
  • Nasturtium
    • Grown at 24 Farming, granting 19.5 experience to plant and 111 experience to harvest. It takes 20 minutes to grow and you will obtain 1 flower when harvested.
  • Woad leaf
    • Purchase leaves from Wyson for 25 coins.
    • Grown at 25 Farming, granting 20.5 experience to plant and 115.5 experience to harvest. It takes 20 minutes to grow and you will obtain 3 leaves when harvested.


Milk

While the honey above is actively created, Milk is a resource gathered from Strawberry and Vanilla cows. As such, the amount you can receive is limited per cow; up to 3 buckets if you fully raise the cow to Elder.

  • Strawberry milk
    • Obtained from Strawberry cows
    • Increase health 0-12%
    • Increase happiness 0-8%
    • On average, you will obtain about a 10% increase in stats total.
  • Vanilla milk
    • Obtained from Vanilla cows
    • Increase health 0-9%
    • Increase happiness 5-14%
    • On average, you will obtain about a 16% increase in stats total.

Note that you will also obtain Chocolatey milk from Chocolate cows, however, this milk does not affect the health or happiness of your animals.



Illness

Like animals encountered in the real world, animals in your Player-Owned Farm can become sick. Thankfully, treating your animals in Gielinor is far more simple. You will know that your animal is sick because the "Cure disease" button at the bottom right of their interface will become yellow and allow you to click it.

This will open a new interface which will allow you to check various parts of your animal and to administer treatment when you have discovered its ailment - you do not need any special items to treat your animals. Some illnesses have the similar symptoms, so be sure to check each body section. Thankfully, an animal cannot die due to their illness; but their health and happiness do lower as a result of it and they will not breed. Curing the animal will earn you 2 Farming experience.

If you administer the wrong treatment, the animal's health and happiness will drop. You will then be presented with the examining options again and your animal will have rerolled their symptoms. Despite displaying new symptoms, the illness will not have changed.

Most of the time animals will randomly become sick on their own, but it is possible to make your animals sick by failing to feed them. This comes in handy because in order to complete the "Animal Whisperer" task, you will need to cure 100 animals of their ailments. Animals with the Sickly trait, for example, are also more likely to fall ill.

  • Bone rattle
    • Head
      • Teeth click in a sinister manner.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
      • Breath smells normal, which is to say horrible.
      • Gums appear healthy.
      • Nose seems fine.
    • Eyes
      • Seem fine.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Legs and feet
      • Click as it walks.
      • Seem a little stiff.
    • Stomach
      • Body is making a weird clicking noise.
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Shivering, but has no temperature.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
  • Curse
    • Head
      • Faint light deep within the animal's throat.
      • Nose is lumpy, like it's grown warts.
      • Smells faintly of sulfur.
      • Smelly breath.
      • Occasionally mumbles something in a language it can't possibly speak.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Eyes
      • Bloodshot.
      • A little glazed over.
      • Faintly glowing.
      • Filled with uncharacteristic malice.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Legs and feet
      • Tapping to a strange rhythm. It's unsettling.
      • Faintly chewed on.
      • Seem a little scuffed.
      • Seem fine.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Stomach
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Seems off its food.
      • Stomach is making strange noises, like there's something singing inside there.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
  • Dry nose
    • Head
      • Nose is very dry.
      • Refuses to let you see its nose, it seems like the nose it quite sore.
    • Eyes
      • Seem fine.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Legs and feet
      • Seem fine.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Stomach
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
  • Flu
    • Head
      • Breath smells deeply unpleasant.
      • Sneezes in your face.
      • Appears to be suffering from a small fever.
      • Coughs in your face.
    • Eyes
      • Bloodshot.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Legs and feet
      • Feet are very sweaty.
      • Feet are clammy.
      • Feet are very warm to the touch.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Stomach
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Suffering from nausea.
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
      • Seems off its food.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
  • Foot-in-mouth
    • Head
      • Breath smells oddly like socks
      • Inflamed gums.
      • Keeps making noises at embarrassing moments making it difficult to investigate.
      • Smelly breath.
      • Gums appear to be a little sore.
      • Nasty looking marks along the gum line.
    • Eyes
      • Seem normal.
      • Seem fine.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Legs and feet
      • A little damp.
      • A little soggy for some reason.
      • Seem a little scuffed.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
      • Faintly chewed on.
    • Stomach
      • Appears to be a little bloated.
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Emissions smell strangely of shoes.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
  • Wooting cough
    • Head
      • Coughs loudly in a "hu hu huu" style.
      • Spots at jawline.
      • Nose seems fine.
      • Breath smells normal.
      • Coughs as you try to examine it.
      • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.
    • Eyes
      • Bloodshot.
      • Darting around the place with a sense of wonder.
      • Filled with mirth, more mirth than normal.
    • Legs and feet
      • Unsteady on its feet.
      • Seem fine.
    • Stomach
      • Coughs regularly.
      • Has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
      • Doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
      • Body is slightly swollen.


Breeding

Now that you have your first few animals and you've raised them to adulthood, you can begin the arduous task of having them reproduce. Note that only Adults and Elders can breed and the breed type do not have to match to produce offspring - ie breeding a Crystal chinchompa with an Azure one will work. When you first start working on the Player-Owned Farm, your animals will only be able to mate within the breeding pen - the North Eastern most pen.

Here you will place 1 male and 1 female of your chosen species into the pen, ensure they are fully healthy and happy, have food in their trough, are not diseased, and then proceed to wait. After a certain amount of time, they will produce an offspring. It is suggested to promptly move it to a normal pen to grow. This is because the pen can only fit 4 animals in it. So once there are 4 in the pen, no more babies can be bred.

Breeding Pen

Later on it it possible to purchase the ability to breed within each size of the normal pens from the Farmers' Market. Unlike the Breeding pen, however, the normal pens do not have "Failure Mitigation". This is where after 5 failed breeding attempts are made, you are guaranteed to have your animals breed. You can increase your chances of breeding by enabling the tier 1 or tier 2 Rabbit perk and by using animals with the Studly and/or Virile traits.

Be aware that placing 2 animals of the same sex within a breedable pen may still "produce" offspring. In this situation, the animals will "have decided to raise a child together and have adopted a baby". It is not SUPER common to occur, but it is still possible. This method of "breeding" is not affected by the failure mitigation mechanic.

It is possible to keep track of which animal breeds you have produced in 2 ways. Firstly, you can view the breeding log by clicking on the dog next to Granny Potterington, Sam the sheepdog. Or you can pick up a copy of the Manor Farm breeding log from the table just inside the Manor. Depending on your settings, adjusted via the cog in the top right of the window, you can click on any of the animal breeds and announce if you have or have not managed to breed it. All animals bred will appear vividly colored, while unbred ones will be faded out.

Breeding Log

When you obtain a "shiny" breed of an animal, you will need to wait until it is an adolescent before you can see the difference within the pen and animal interface. If the animal is in your bank, inventory, or a trade window, it will look like a normal animal of that species, but you will see "Shiny!" written just below the sex if you hover over it. Note that using a shiny animal to breed will not increase your chances of obtaining another shiny animal. You will still need the appropriate traits to increase your chances.



Special Breeding Times

Some species need to be bred under certain conditions, these include:

  • Black Ewe/Ram and Night spiders can only be bred between 9pm and 9am game time.
  • Kandarin cows with "touch of vanilla", "strawberry scent", or "chocolatey goodness" traits that are bred have a chance to produce a vanilla cow, strawberry cow, or chocolate cow respectively.
  • Some animals can only be bred during the appropriate season (changed via the Seasonaliser or as the year naturally progresses) - though there is still slight chance to get one of these during a different season if one of the parents are that breed.
    • Spring
      • Springsheared sheep
      • Fever spider
    • Summer
      • Summerdown sheep
      • Giant spider
    • Autumn
      • Fallfaced sheep
      • Corpse spider
    • Winter
      • Winterwold sheep
      • Ice spider
  • Royal dragons MUST have Poison, Frost, and Shock breaths among the traits of their parents to be produced. They do not need to all be on one dragon.


Traits

As seen on the interface, every animal has between 1 and 3 traits. These traits actively influence actions of your animal. For example, animals with the Sickly trait get sick more often than most animals. See the table below for the various traits and what they do.

Trait Descirption Information
Baroo What does this ancient word mean? Yak only trait - No purpose
Baroo? Is it a question? What is the question? Speak to me, oh noble yak. Yak only trait - No purpose
Baroo Baroo Well, that's just rude. Yak only trait - No purpose
Big boned This animal puts on weigh more easily. Will weigh more than most
Butterface  A fantastic physical specimen, just not much to look at. Additional Weight and Speed, Reduced Attractiveness
Chatty This animal won't be quiet. No purpose
Chaotic This chicken walks the path of chaos. Chicken only trait - Part of the "Life, uh, found a way" achievement (hand in lizard chicken called Malcolm with the Chaotic trait to Granny Potterington)
Charmed This animal is happier and healthier than other animals More Health & Happiness than others
Chief This rabbit commands the warren. Rabbit only trait - No purpose
Chocolatey Goodness Its hide tastes ever-so-slightly chocolatey. It's hard to resist licking it. Cow only trait - Increased chance to produce Chocolate cow calf
Constipated This animal never produces dung. Does not affect Spiders or Zygomites
Curvy This big-boned beauty will win many competitions, just not a race. Additional Weight and Attractiveness, Reduced Speed
Enigmatic You're not sure what this trait does. If, indeed, it does anything. Effects (if any) are not yet known
Evil This animal is not nice. Completes the "Bad Egg" achievement if the trait is on a chicken
Exalted This animal is so special it awards more XP on harvesting. Can only be be in the 3rd slot
Fearless Why are you running? Dogs aren't dangerous.  No purpose
Fortunate This animal is considered very special and farmers will pay more beans for it. Can only be be in the 3rd slot - earns you 10% more beans when sold
Freak of Nature This creature is a medical marvel. Curing it is worthwhile. Gain more experience than normal for curing this animal
Frost Breath It can breathe a deadly stream of frost. Dragon only trait - Possibly used to help create a Royal dragon
Fussy Eater This animal puts on less weight. Lower weight than most animals
Genetic Inferiority Offspring of this animal are less likely to have multiple traits. Reduces chance to produce offspring with multiple traits
Genetic Instability The unusual genetics in this animal means its offspring are more likely to have multiple traits. Greatly improves chance to produce offspring with multiple traits
Genetic Mutation The unusual nature of this animal means its offspring are more likely to have multiple traits. Improves chance to produce offspring with multiple traits
Genius This animal is super smart. No Purpose
Giver This animal awards more XP when harvested. Gain 3% more experience when gathering produce from animals
Glistening This animal is more likely to produce shiny offspring. Increases the chances to produce a "shiny" breed baby by 1.5%
Glorious This chinchompa is simply glorious. Chinchompa only trait - No purpose
Golden Gift There are no golden eggs, but this creature will occasionally pass...'nuggets'. Wash hands after handling. Obtain a few pieces of gold in addition to produce when harvesting
Good This animal is really rather pleasant. No purpose
Good Breeding This animal carries some rare breed ancestry in its genetics. Increases the chance the offspring will be a different breed
Handsome This animal is better looking than most others. Increased Attractiveness
Hyperactive This animal is faster than most others. Increased Speed
Immune This animal is practically immune to disease. Increased Health 
Incy Involuntarily cynical, like many spiders. Spider only trait - No purpose
Insane This animal thinks it's a biscuit. We have no idea why. No purpose
Jovial This animal always sees the glass as half full. Increased Happiness
Joyful This animal is almost always happy. Increased Happiness 
Lawful This chicken walks the path of law. Chicken only trait - No purpose
Limited Efficiency Harvesting this animal will award more materials, but at the cost of lower XP and bean value. -2% beans when sold - Decreased experience gained when harvesting, but extra produce obtained
Lithe Fast and beautiful, but not terribly sturdy. Additional Speed and Attractiveness, Reduced Weight
Lucky This animal is worth more beans when sold. +2% beans when sold
Loyal You're not sure what this trait does. If, indeed, it does anything. Zygomite only trait - Part of the "Ever So Clever" achievement (hand in magical zygomite called Trevor with the Loyal trait to Granny Potterington)
Mysterious Does something mysterious.... or nothing, but if nothing it does so mysteriously. Effects(if any) are not yet known
Neutral This chicken walks a neutral path. Chicken only trait - No purpose
Nice but Dim Generous with XP, but less popular with farmers and is not so good with materials on harvesting. -10% beans when sold - Decreased produce obtained when harvesting, but extra experience gained
Nuclear Be REALLY careful with this one! Chinchompa only trait - Will complete the "Tickety Boom" achievement if the Chinchompa accidentally explodes when harvested
Nightmare Kill it with fire! Greatly reduced Attractiveness
Old at Heart This animal ages faster than most others. Ages 5% faster than normal
Owsla This rabbit guards the warren carefully. Rabbit only trait - No purpose
Perfected This animal is a perfect example of its breed. Increased Weight, Speed, and Attractiveness
Plain This animal is not as attractive as some of the other animals. Reduced Attractiveness
Prize Specimen A shining example of what this breed is capable of. Greatly increased Weight, Speed, and Attractiveness
Producer This animal awards more materials when harvested. Possibility of gaining more produce when harvesting
Poisonous Breath It can breathe a deadly cloud of poison. Dragon only trait - Possibly used to help create a Royal dragon
Radiant This animal is practically shining. Greatly increases the chances to produce a "shiny" breed baby by 2.5% - Slot 3 trait only
Ravensworn This animal knows the secret handshake and has knowledge of the deeper mystery that is the Ravensworn. It won't share. Requires Ravensworn title to occur
Regular This animal produces dung regularly. Increased amount of manure production - Does not affect Spiders or Zygomites
Robust This animal is more resistant to disease. Increased Health
Shock Breath It can breathe a deadly blast of lightning. Dragon only trait - Possibly used to help create a Royal dragon
Sickly This animal gets sick more easily. Decreased Health
Slowpoke This animal is slower than most others. Decreased Speed
Smelly This animal smells really bad. Decreased Attractiveness
Sparkling There's something almost 'shiny' about this animal. Increases the chances to produce a "shiny" breed baby by 1% - Best combined with Glistening and/or Radiant
Stingy This animal isn't as generous with harvested materials. Possibility of gaining less produce when harvesting
Strawberry Scented It smells delicious. Cow only trait - Increased chance to produce Strawberry cow calf
Stressed This animal suffers from 'performance anxiety'. Decreased chances to Breed successfully
Strong Genes This animal is more likely to produce offspring of the same breed. Increases the chance the offspring will be the same breed
Studly This animal has a much higher breeding chance than other animals. Greatly increases chances to Breed successfully
Sullen This animal always sees the glass as half empty. Greatly decreased Happiness
Surly This animal is unpleasant and so worth fewer beans. -5% beans when sold
Taker This animal isn't as generous with harvested XP. 3% less experience when gathering produce from animals
Touch of Vanilla It sweats vanilla essential oils for some reason. Cow only trait - Increased chance to produce Vanilla cow calf
Unlucky for Some Other farmers will happily purchase this animal, but it's not so good for you for XP or materials. +5% beans when sold - Decreased produce and experience when harvested
Unstable Careful, this one could explode at any moment. Chinchompa only trait - Will complete the "Tickety Boom" achievement if the Chinchompa accidentally explodes when harvested
Virile This animal has a higher breeding chance than some others. Increases chances to Breed successfully
Wincy Keeps flinching. Seems to expect everyone to crush it with a rolled-up paper. Spider only trait - No purpose
Whimsical You're not sure what this trait does. If, indeed, it does anything. No purpose 
Young at Heart This animal ages much slower than most others. Ages 5% slower than normal

When breeding, the most helpful traits include the following...

  • Shiny, Glistening, and Radiant - Increase your chances of producing a "Shiny" breed. Note that the chances stack so having 1 of each will give you a 5% increase.
  • Good Breeding - Increased chance of producing different breeds.
  • Genetic Instability and Genetic Mutation - Increased chances offspring will have multiple traits.
  • Studly and Virile - Increased chances of breeding.
  • Charmed, Immune, Jovial, Joyful, and Robust - Increased Health and/or Happiness
  • Frost, Poisonous, and Shock Breaths - NECESSARY to be able to produce a Royal dragon. Do not need to all be on one dragon. Recommended to still use Shiny/Glistening/Radiant traits along with the breaths as they do not increase the chances of obtaining a Royal dragon, they just make it possible.


Time

As mentioned before, the breeding pen has a failure mitigation mechanic. This guarantees that you will have to wait, at most, 5 breeding cycles before you will obtain an offspring, assuming there is space within the pen. Each species' breeding cycle lasts a differing amount of time. Thus you could be waiting 5 minutes for a baby or up to several days.

Breeding Cycle Maximum Breeding Time
Rabbit 5 minutes 25 minutes
Chicken 1 hour 5 hours
Sheep 1 hour 5 hours
Cow 5 hours 1 day 1 hour
(25 hours)
Chinchompa 4 hours 20 hours
Spider 6 hours 1 day 6 hours
(30 hours)
Yak 5 hours 1 day 1 hour
(25 hours)
Zygomite 8 hours 1 day 16 hours
(40 hours)
Dragon 18 hours 3 days 18 hours
(90 hours)


Selling

Now that you have produced some offspring, you will need to sell them to the appropriate buyer. When selling animals, not every animal will gain you the same amount of beans. Though you can sell at any age, for all species, Adolescence is the age that will award you the most beans. See the table below for base bean prices you will earn for each age group.

Around the well you will notice various NPC. These are who will purchase your animals.

  • The person along the North will buy 12 animals from your Small pens and reset daily.
  • To the West is the person who will buy 8 Medium pen animals and reset every other day.
  • And on the South is the Large pen buyer who will purchase 6 animals and reset every 3 days.

The buyer who will show up when a location resets is initially based upon what animals you have in the associated size pens. If the pen is empty, it will default to the lowest level animal for the size. If the pens have different types of animals in them, however, you have an even chance of either one showing up.

Alternatively, you can speak to Granny Potterington about Contract options to have the opportunity to advertise that you are are looking for a specific buyer. These are done for each pen size individually and can be reset to the standard game mechanic by speaking with her again.

Species Buyer Age
Egg Baby Adolescent Adult Elder
Rabbit Myfi (rabbit buyer) X 5 25 21 17
Chicken Henrietta (chicken chaser) 4 8 40 34 28
Sheep Ralph (sheep hugger) X 16 80 68 56
Cow Milkshake (cow fancier) X 34 170 144 119
Chinchompa Mieliki Tapio (chinchompa collector) X 50 250 213 175
Spider Rumbleguts (spider shopper) 25 50 250 213 175
Yak Prezleek (yak buyer) X 150 750 638 525
Zygomite Zoe (zygomite trader) X 187 850 722 595
Dragon Raptor (dragon expert) 200 400 2,000 1,700 1,400

Note that beyond age, there are several other factors that influence the amount of beans you will receive for each animal sold. From lowest to highest, these include:

  • -10% - Nice but Dim trait
  • -5% - Surly trait
  • -2% - Limited Effency trait
  • +2% - Lucky trait
  • +5% - Unlucky for Some trait
  • +5% - Animal farmer outfit
  • +10% - Master farmer outfit
  • +10% - Fortunate trait
  • +10% - Buyer's desired breed
  • +10% - Buyer's desired trait
  • +25% - Buyer's desired breed and trait
  • +52% - Highest possible bonus - Lucky, Unlucky for Some, and Fortunate traits + Master farmer outfit + desired breed and trait


Manure

As odd as it may seem, in this activity manure is more of a bonus than an annoying pile of waste. Well, in some of the cases at least it is. The droppings of animals in your small pens are simply a method of obtaining a small amount of continuous experience - 20 xp per action for up to 20 actions. Sheep, Cows, Yaks, and Dragons, however, produce actual manure that can be turned into various levels of compost. Spiders and Zygomites never produce any type of droppings.

Collecting Manure

To collect any of these manures, you will need an empty bucket to pick it up in. From there, add 15 of them (or several of them and several items that will also make that grade of compost - totaling 15) to a compost bin and shut the lid. You will then need to wait until the compost has finished rotting before you can collect 15 buckets of it.

Note that unlike normal Compost and Supercompost, Ultracompost must be comprised entirely of manure.


Manure Type Experience Collecting Manure Source(s) Compost Produced
Manure 50 Sheep, Cow, Yak Compost
Green manure 120 Sheep, Cow, Yak, Dragon Supercompost
Dragon manure 500 Dragon (Adolescent+ only) Ultracompost

Cleaning up 20 piles of (either type) manure from within a cow pen will also complete the "I Hardley Manure" task. Beyond this task and creation of composts, there is no need to clean up the various droppings unless the red dots are annoying you. Leaving them in the pens does not affect breeding in any way. And while it is a temporarily continuous source of experience, there are far superior ways to obtain it.



Resources

Upon reaching a new growth stage, animals will typically give you resources in addition to the experience discussed earlier. The exception to this rule is that Chickens, Spiders, and Dragons will never give resources when they hatch. All resources are obtained when animals reach Adolescent, Adult, and Elder age. The following is the amount of produce obtained without any boosts, such as the Unlucky for Some trait.



Potions

Several of the new resources above are necessary to make new skilling potions for Divination, Hunter, Invention, and Runecrafting.

Divination Potions

Potion Herblore Level Experience Ingredients Effect
Primary Secondary
Divination potion 43 97.5 Spirit weed potion (unf) Rabbit foot Boost level by 3 for a few minutes
Super divination 70 160 Divination potion (3) Zygomite fruit Boost level by 5 for a few minutes
Extreme divination 89 230 Super divination (3) Yak tuft Boost level by up to 17 for 6 minutes


Hunter Potions

Potion Herblore Level Experience Ingredients Effect
Primary Secondary
Hunter potion 53 120 Avantoe potion (unf) Kebbit teeth dust Boost level by 3 for a few minutes
Super hunter 64 145 Hunter potion (3) Rabbit teeth Boost level by 5 for a few minutes
Extreme hunter 80 180 Super hunter (3) Bull horns Boost level by up to 17 for 6 minutes


Invention Potions

Potion Herblore Level Experience Ingredients Effect
Primary Secondary
Invention potion 77 175 Snapdragon potion (unf) Chinchompa residue Boost level by 3 for a few minutes
Super invention 87 220 Invention potion (3) Spider fangs Boost level by 5 for a few minutes
Extreme invention 95 300 Super invention (3) Mycelial webbing Boost level by up to 17 for 6 minutes


Runecrafting Potions

Potion Herblore Level Experience Ingredients Effect
Primary Secondary
Runecrafting potion 54 122.5 Wergali potion (unf) Seasonal wool of choice (Springsheared wool, Summerdown wool, Fallfaced wool, Winterwold wool) Boost level by 3 for a few minutes
Super Runecrafting 75 170 Runecrafting potion (3) Yak milk Boost level by 5 for a few minutes
Extreme runecrafting 80 250 Super runecrafting (3) Spider venom Boost level by up to 17 for 6 minutes


Farmers' Market

You can access the Farmers' Market by Right clicking on Granny Potterington. This will open a new window that has 3 tabs. All items within the store are purchased using Beans.

Farm Upgrades

Small pen deed II Medium pen deed I Large pen deed I Bank Chest
Medium pen deed II Large pen deed II Farm totem Noted produce
Seasonaliser wheel Multiple trait boost (small) Multiple trait boost (medium) Multiple trait boost (large)
Animals can now breed in small pens Animals can now breed in medium pens Animals can now breed in large pens

Farmers' Market - Farm Upgrades

Animals/beans

Chicken egg Sheep (ewe) Sheep (ram) Cow (cow)
Cow (bull) Name Re-roller Trait Re-roller Small animal pen kit
Medium animal pen kit Large animal pen kit Magic bean (sundry) Magic bean (leafy)
Magic bean (bushy) Magic bean (fruity) Magic bean (woody)

Farmers' Market - Animals/beans

Misc rewards

Master farmer outfit blueprint Master farmer fragment pack Trevor the magical zygomite Herbicide
Seedicide Herbicide hoarder upgrade Seedicide stealer upgrade Farm deeds (+titles)

Farmers' Market - Misc Rewards



Other

As we reach the end of the special report, we are left with a few things worth mentioning that don't really fit within another section.



Pickle the cat

Wandering all about the farm you will see a cat named Pickle. Equip a catspeak amulet and speak with it. If the cat has caught 10 or more rats from the surrounding area, you will complete the "In a Pickle" task.

Pickle the Cat



Manure Mound

On the Northern East side of the Manor itself, you will see a large mound of manure. You will continuously turn the mound until your arms become tired and you automatically stop, earning 2.5 Farming experience every few seconds. While it is a poor source of experience, it is a good location to obtain Strange rock, Golden rock, Master farmer fragments, as well as Mod Daze's homework and Mod Dolan's rubber duck.

Turning Manure



Achievement Tasks

The tasks for Player-Owned Farm can be found in the Skills section under the "Farming" tab. There are a total of 31 tasks to complete. Please see the table below for the tasks and how to complete them.

Task Description RuneScore Points Notes
Animal Whisperer Cure 100 animals of their ailments (X/100) 10 Cure the illness of 100 animals. Animals can be made sick by not feeding them; once they reach 0% Health and Happiness they will begin to get sick.
Bad Egg Successfully breed an EVIL chicken. 0 Breed Chickens until you produce one with the Evil Trait or spend beans on Trait rerolls.
Barooooo! Adopt a baby yak. 10 Kill Yaks on Neitiznot until an orphan yak appears. Click on it to interact and receive a Fremennik Yak baby. This cannot be completed by Yaks in your pen adopting a baby.
Bean Counter I-IV Earn a total amount of Y beans (X/Y) 5, 10, 30, 50 Earn 1k, 10k, 100k, and 1m beans overall. You can still purchase items, beans do not have to be in your possession at one time.
Bean There, Done That Purchase the following upgrades from the Farmers’ market reward shop.
  • Small pen deed I
  • Small pen deed II
  • Medium pen deed I
  • Medium pen deed II
  • Large pen deed I
  • Large pen deed II
  • Bank chest
  • 6x farm totems
  • Noted produce
  • Seasonaliser wheel
  • Multiple trait boost(small)
  • Multiple trait boost(medium)
  • Multiple trait boost(large)
20 Purchasing these upgrades will cost you a total of 38,600 beans.
Blow Out the Cobwebs Drink a super invention potion. 5 You do not need to create the potion to consume it. Nor do you need to have invention unlocked to complete the task.
E-I-E-I-O Complete the breeding log 0 Produce all breeds of all 9 species.
Ever So Clever Hand in a magical zygomite called Trevor with the Loyal trait to Granny P. 20 You will need to obtain a MALE magical zygomite and use Name and Trait rerolls until you obtain the desired ones.
Four Seasons Unlock all four seasonal variation music tracks (possibly using the seasonaliser). 10 This can be done by purchasing the Seasonaliser, or it can be done slowly as the Farm will progress through seasons as the year progresses.
Granny Knows Best Learn how many beans make five (complete the tutorial). 5 Completion of the Tutorial, necessary to do anything else on the farm, will complete this task.
Honourary Dragonkin Successfully breed a royal dragon. 20 Necessary traits to produce a Royal dragon can be found here.
I Hardly Manure Clean up after cows 20 times. (X/20) 5 Climb over a stile and muck out 20 cow droppings. This can be done on regular or Green manure and you are not required to collect it for composting.
In a Pickle Talk to Pickle the cat once his kill count has hit double figures. 5 Equip a catspeak amulet and speak with Pickle. The number will most likely be high enough to complete the task, but if not, try again a little later.
Life, Uh, Found a Way Hand in a lizard chicken called Malcolm with the Chaotic trait to Granny P. 20 Produce a Lizard chicken (will be a hen) and use Name and Trait rerolls until you obtain the desired ones. Note that it will be "the female name equivalent of Malcolm, not any name. It makes no difference which way you do it, though, and Chaotic first>Malcolm is the clearer way to do it."
Perk Out! Have 9 tier I animal perks active at the same time. 20 See the bottom of the Perks section for details completing this task.
Perk Up! Have 6 tier II animal perks active at the same time. 20 See the bottom of the Perks section for details completing this task.
Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit Fill both small pens with rabbits. 10 You will need 12 rabbits, of any age/sex/breed, total. Place 6 rabbits in each of your small pens.
Ram-bow Have four different seasonal rams in a pen at the same time. 20 Produce, borrow, or buy a ram for each season (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) and place all 4 of them in a medium pen.
Tickety Boom! Make a chinchompa explode (by accident). 10 Produce, borrow, or buy a Chinchompa with the Unstable and/or Nuclear Trait. When collecting produce for each Growth stage, you have a possibility that it will explode. Note that the Chinchompa will of course be gone.
You Had a Chicken Complete all chicken breeds. 0 Produce all 5 breeds of Chicken.
You Had a Chinchompa Complete all chinchompa breeds. 0 Produce all 8 breeds of Chinchompa.
You Had a Cow Complete all cow breeds. 0 Produce all 5 breeds of Cow.
You Had a Dragon Complete all dragon breeds. 0 Produce all 5 breeds of Dragon.
You Had a Rabbit Complete all rabbit breeds. 0 Produce all 4 breeds of Rabbit.
You Had a Sheep Complete all sheep breeds. 0 Produce all 7 breeds of Sheep.
You Had a Spider Complete all spider breeds. 0 Produce all 7 breeds of Spider.
You Had a Yak Complete all yak breeds. 0 Produce all 3 breeds of Yak.
You Had a Zygomite Complete all zygomite breeds. 0 Produce all 5 breeds of Zygomite.

This Special Report was written by With Faith and ChathMurrpau. Thanks to Ksb Single, Sirius XM, and Numerous One for corrections.
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