Start your new comfortable Cottage Living life by purchasing adorable farm animals. Read on to find out how to get farm animals in the latest Sims 4 expansion.
The Sims 4 Villa DLC brings new life to the enchanting world of The sims introducing many new features, activities and, most importantly, adorable farm animals. With wildlife like birds, rabbits and foxes, this new Sims 4 The expansion pack adds farm animals that players can befriend, care for, and interact with. In addition, these domesticated and cuddly creatures can produce important resources used in the game.
While gamers can derive great pleasure from the rest of the content added from Villa, the three new types of farm animals will likely be the highlight for many. These three additions include cows, chickens and llamas. Players will also be able to customize each of these animals in different ways. Read on to learn how to bring these farm animals on a lot in the Chalet Life DLC for Sims 4.
To get the farm animals in the Sims 4 Cottage Living DLC, players must first purchase an animal shelter or chicken coop and place it in the desired location via Build mode. Animal shelters cost §500 each, while a single chicken coop costs §400. After choosing the color of the shed or chicken coop, click on the building to open a list of actions. Players who start on the grounds of Cordelia’s Secret Cottage receive a Coop and Shed when they move in, which means they can jump right into any farm animal housing they want.
How to get farm animals in Cottage Living
To bring in farm animals The Sims 4 Cottage Life, players will have to select their hangar or henhouse, choose the Buy an animal interaction and select the animal from the shop menu. Here is a list of prices and variations for all farm animals in the Villa expansion.
Selection of animal shelters
- Llamas come in beige and white, priced at 350 § each.
- Cows are available in white-black and white-brown speckled at §400 each.
Chicken coop selection
- Roosters can be purchased in white, black and brown for 200 § each.
- Hens come in the same three colors as roosters but cost 150 § per chicken.
- Chicks are always yellow and can cost 70 § (hen chick) or 100 § (rooster chick)
Players should keep in mind that an Animal Shed can only accommodate one cow or one llama at a time. On the other hand, Chicken Coops can accommodate multiple chickens. While cows and llamas tend to stay close to their shelter, chickens can roam a bit further, so players will need to build a pen for the chicken coop as well. To raise hatching eggs, a chicken coop must contain at least one rooster to accompany the hen.
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The sims 4 is available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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