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Old Oct 07 2018, 11:59 AM
AlyceAnn AlyceAnn is offline
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The animal sheds hold 250 animals now. Can you please add a feature that allows you to buy them in bulk from the store? Buying one at a time is soooo painful!
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Old Oct 15 2018, 10:54 PM
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sir robin hood sir robin hood is offline
Join Date: Jul 03 2011
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How about some new animals, It has been for ever since we have had any, like maybe some different color horses and cows and chickens. Maybe some Mt lions elk etc.I wouldnt care if they were a couple farm cash. And it would be nice if they could face more then one way. I been playing almost since the beginning and you guys do a great job, but your a little skimpy with the animals,lol ty
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Old Jan 16 2019, 12:39 PM
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now that we can see our animal sheds' details in the facility manager, it would be great if we could just move animals that're in storage to the sheds directly from the fac manager
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Old Apr 27 2019, 03:58 PM
AnnaWalls AnnaWalls is offline
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I'd love to see more family members - female deer, baby lamas etc. You get the picture, I'm sure.
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Old May 09 2019, 02:43 PM
Allykat Allykat is offline
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Location: Australia
Posts: 212

Hi from down under, I would love to see some Aussie animals pls.
wombats, kangaroos, koalas, emus to start with.

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Old Jun 25 2019, 08:41 PM
jsigler25 @yahoo.com jsigler25 @yahoo.com is offline
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Default increase production

also would be nice to up production in the chicken coop and the dairy barn because they keep adding more restaurants therefore impossible to keep up with all product needing milk and eggs.
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Old Jul 14 2019, 06:33 PM
Eltina Flowers Eltina Flowers is offline
Join Date: Jul 22 2014
Posts: 51

I have a zoo on one farm and would really like some more wild animals for it. Thanks.
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Old Jul 27 2019, 11:02 AM
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littlesallysanctus littlesallysanctus is offline
Join Date: Dec 29 2009
Location: USA
Posts: 198

I'd like to be able to Harvest bulls and duck and chicks....etc those animals that can be stored un the barns that are already being harvested
So if we harvest bulls we could get baby calves. Baby calves once stored after so many harvests become milk producing cows...duck eggs? We already have goose eggs. Chicks stored after so many harvest become chocked that produce eggs.

Dogs and cats in houses can be harvested for barks and meows so many accumulated barks and meows for coins or farm cash.
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Old Aug 01 2019, 12:21 PM
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Tiger Tiger is offline
Join Date: Mar 12 2010
Location: UK but i'd rather be somewhere hot and sunny :) with a swimming pool!
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Elephant (African and Indian), Hippopotamus that would also be able to go in the waters, Shark, leaping Dolphin and spouting Whale that will go in the waters, Rhino, Leopard, Koala, Blackbuck/Antelope, Montior Lizard, black Panther, Chimpanzee, Orangutan, single versions of the seasonal animals available all year round (Giraffe, Gorilla, Bear, Lion - female and male please), Hyena, Zebra, Jaguar, Anaconda (large one please). Oh and some Valais Blacknose Sheep!

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Old Sep 21 2019, 02:37 PM
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How about adding Kangaroos to the animal list?
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