Hey Farmville 2 players, what are benefits of having a prized animal in your farm?
The video below gives you more information you need about a prized animal in FarmVille 2.
This includes how many feedings needed from adult status to prized animal status. (more after the video)
A few things I didn’t mention in the video were the products a prized animal gives out. A fellow player asked me how to do get Fine Wool. When I first read it, I thought it was a typo, but after investigating it, I learned that you get fine wool only from a prized animal that yields it, mainly the prized rabbits and the prized sheep.
Now I’m noticing that Zynga is doing something about those animals so that FarmVille 2 becomes much more fun to play. I just hope they don’t over do it like adding more freaking farms. I’m already overwhelmed with only one farm.
Also, there are some prized animal that yields not just one, but two items at harvest. These mainly come from purchasing the animal with FarmVille 2 Cash that eclipsed the number of feedings needed to become a prized animal.
So what’s the big deal with these prized animal products that they produce? Well you need them to complete a quest because Zynga is getting feedback from players like me to say, hey, we have these animals and we need to find them useful. Otherwise we’ll have to sell them.
In response, Zynga decides to make these animals produce products as well then make it part of completing a quest. For example, you may have to craft items that require products produced by these animals.
Products produced by a prized animal
- Prized goats and cows produce Goat Cheese
- Prized sheeps and rabbits produce Fine Wool
- Prized chickens produce Brown Eggs
- Prized turkeys produce White Turkey Feathers
- Prized horses produce Fine Saddles
There are some of these animals that take 40 feedings (like the Red Goat) or 100 feedings (like the Ibex) in order to become prized. As a rule of thumb, the ones you can get for coins take less feedings than the ones that you pay FarmVille 2 Cash
Now you’re going to have your hands full. Growing a particular crop or raising a particular animal or whatever task that you do to produce your experience points and more cash will just be more enhanced. I complete all the quests because all my neighbors and facebook friends who play the game do it as well.
Please don’t go nuts over prized animals. I just read this article saying that DiAnn Edwards, 51, plays FarmVille 8 hours a day and spending $200 a month on the habit. I have to admit that I spent some money on FarmVille 2 cash, but I don’t overdo it. Now am I the only one that gets hooked? No.
Please help your FarmVille 2 neighbors complete their task. Even if it means giving them units of Water, Fertilizer, Feed, or visiting their farm or giving them tips. It doesn’t take a lot of effort. In the long run, a Facebook friend that becomes your neighbor may not mean much now, but in the long run, you’ll know that you can count on them to help you complete a task. The other alternative is you spend FarmVille 2 Cash to accomplish a mission and I believe that too much money to spend. I’ve built good online relationships that came from playing Farm Town, FarmVille, CastleVille, Cafe World, and now FarmVille 2 because I also contribute to their playing.
Don’t sell a prized animal. Just put them in your inventory since FarmVille 2 has no storage limit.
So there you have it…Have fun playing FarmVille 2 and know what to do with your prized animal. (Main Page)
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