We hope all of our fans already have the Got Shelter in their inventory and today we will guide you about the goat shelter in step by step guide. Hope you will get the point if you are facing some difficulties you can understand it. If you are in Level 6 or higher than you can get goat shelter only. So below is the complete guide just follow the stepsand know everything that you must need to know.
Use this new building to store up to 12 Prized Goats and feed them all with a single click! If that wasn’t enough, Prized Goats in the Shelter will only require half the Feed and you also gain an additional +35 Feed Capacity!
If you are level 6 or higher, you will see the following pop-up. Click on “Place Goat Shelter” to get started.
Building the Goat Shelter
Your first step is collecting construction parts. You will need the following items to start building your Goat Shelter
- Goat Bedding
To collect Goat Bedding, click on the “Post” button to post to your Facebook wall – you will get the parts when your friends click on it, or when you click on a similar newsfeed post.
Click on the “Ask” button to send requests for Hinges and Nails to your Neighbors. If you do not wish to wait for your friends, you can skip any of these tasks for Farm Bucks.
Note: You can send a request for materials to your Friends every 18 hours.
Once you have collected the required items, click on the “Start Building!” button at the bottom of the construction Menu.
Now that the Goat Shelter is almost complete, you will need some help from your Neighbors to finish the job. The Goat Shelter requires 4 mechanics, so click on the “Ask Friends” button to send crew requests to your Friends. When they accept, you will see the spots in the Build Menu begin to fill. If you do not wish to wait for your friends, click the “Hire One” button to purchase crew members with Farm Bucks. Once you have successfully filled all 4 spots, click on the “Finish & Share” button.
Using the Goat Shelter
Click on the Goat Shelter to open the main menu.
Inside the Goat Shelter you will see twelve placements that you can fill with Prized Goats (twelve Goats total). Prized Goats will take up one spot in your Shelter regardless of breed (see below: Red Goat).
Note: Rotate the Shelter to view a different angle!
Adding & Removing Goats:
To add Prized Goats in the Shelter, check the “Auto Fill” box and click on the green “Add Prized Goats” button. All your Prized Goats will automatically jump into the Shelter!
To remove a Prized Goat from the Shelter, open the main menu and click on the red “–“ (minus symbol) box on the bottom left hand corner of the placement slot (see below: A).
The Goat cards have symbols on them to indicate different things:
A. Minus Symbol: Remove Goat
B. Feed: How much Feed the Goat will consume
C. Goat Cheese: How many Goat Cheese the Goat will produce (see below: Feeding).
Each Prized Goat stored in the Shelter will eat half of the amount of Feed. For example, a Goat that eats 8 Feed will eat 4 Feed when inside the Shelter. Note: Any Prized Goat that would normally eat an odd amount of feed outside of the Goat Shelter will be rounded up by one. For example, a Goat that would eat 9 Feed – when stored in the Goat Shelter will only need 5 Feed.
In addition, each Prized Goat will produce Goat Cheese when fed, so look out for them after feeding!
- Once your Goat Shelter is completed, you now have +35 Feed Capacity!
- The timer for your Goat Shelter will pause when placed in Storage, and then resume once placed back on your farm.
- If you do not wish to use the Goat Shelter feature, it can be sold (frame only) or stored in your Inventory.
- If you want to see how much time you have left to harvest, hover your cursor over the Shelter.
- You are limited to one Goat Shelter per farm.