Difference between revisions of "Animal Husbandry"

From VintageCraft Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "== Sheeps, Cows == As of Version 0.8.85 sheep and cows can be farmed again, but that as you would expect. ===Basic behavior=== * Sheeps/Cows eat a lot of tall grass, which t...")
 
(Sheeps, Cows)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
== Sheeps, Cows ==
 
== Sheeps, Cows ==
  
As of Version 0.8.85 sheep and cows can be farmed again, but that as you would expect.
+
As of Version 0.8.85 sheep and cows can be farmed again, but not quite as you would expect.
  
 
===Basic behavior===
 
===Basic behavior===
Line 13: Line 13:
 
* The place they can roam at should have tall grass growing on it, which shouldn't be very short or ferns.
 
* The place they can roam at should have tall grass growing on it, which shouldn't be very short or ferns.
 
* You can increase the amount of available tallgrass by using Peat on the ground. Note however: The "Eaten" version of tallgrass will grow back into the biome specific grass - so choose a farmland that already had natural tallgrass.
 
* You can increase the amount of available tallgrass by using Peat on the ground. Note however: The "Eaten" version of tallgrass will grow back into the biome specific grass - so choose a farmland that already had natural tallgrass.
 
  
 
== Other Animals ==
 
== Other Animals ==
  
 
Are currently not breedable.
 
Are currently not breedable.

Revision as of 12:49, 14 September 2015

Sheeps, Cows

As of Version 0.8.85 sheep and cows can be farmed again, but not quite as you would expect.

Basic behavior

  • Sheeps/Cows eat a lot of tall grass, which turns the tallgrass into a very short "eaten" Version of it. All tallgrass in the "eaten" Version will very slowly regrow again. They cannot eat very short grass, tall grass with flowers or ferns.
  • Sheeps/Cows have a fullness and saturation meter just like players. Hungry sheep/cows will wander more and and more grass and non hungry ones.
  • Once a Sheep/Cow is very full, it enter love mode and with that is able to reproduce with another animal without player interaction.

How to use this behavior

  • When fencing up sheep or cows, make sure you leave them a lot of space to roam around.
  • The place they can roam at should have tall grass growing on it, which shouldn't be very short or ferns.
  • You can increase the amount of available tallgrass by using Peat on the ground. Note however: The "Eaten" version of tallgrass will grow back into the biome specific grass - so choose a farmland that already had natural tallgrass.

Other Animals

Are currently not breedable.