Animal Husbandry

In Harvest Valley, players can raise a variety of animals to enhance their farm's productivity and charm. Chickens provide a steady supply of eggs, essential for cooking and crafting, while cows yield milk, a versatile ingredient for various recipes. Ducks offer both eggs and feathers, useful for crafting and trading. Sheep provide wool, which can be crafted into decorations. Each animal requires care and attention, including feeding, watering, and regular maintenance, but they also contribute valuable resources and add character to the player's farm, making them an integral part of the agricultural experience in Harvest Valley.

Animals that you own must be fed water and food exclusively inside the coops or barns and not outside. Players can use water troughs for hydration and feeding troughs for food. However, outside the coops, animals can graze on the grass and leaves that carpet the landscape of Harvest Valley. Keep in mind that grazing outside boosts their energy meter and animals in Harvest Valley prefer to roam throughout the day anyways. The energy meter is an indicator of when to feed your animals. If an animal has a low energy meter it implies that it's time for the player to feed that animal.

During the night, all animals naturally return to their barns and coops. Players must be mindful and close the door after their animals have returned to ensure their safety. Players need not worry about feeding or hydrating their animals when they’re outside. Other times, fill your water troughs with water and feeding troughs with hay or corn flour which ensures that the animals are properly fed and taken care of

Players are encouraged to build fences to enclose designated areas for grazing, this provides your farm animals with further safety when they are outside. Your animals will not be allowed to wander beyond the designated areas. Always be mindful of your doors though, as your animals can automatically exit through the door if it is open.

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