My Free Farm 2: Animals

In My Free Farm 2 you can keep a variety of animals on your farm. To do that, you’ll need to get pens, which you can purchase in the first tab of the shop. Pens cost either Coins or Diamonds; as you level up and buy more, they’ll gradually cost more and more.

Each pen holds up to five animals of a kind. You can get chickens, sheep, geese, cows, rabbits, goats, pigs, oxen, and horses. You cannot mix and match animals in a pen though (it’s not possible, for example, to put a horse in with your rabbits).

Stray Animals

Occasionally, you’ll find stray dogs, cats, and pigs roaming about your farm. You can tell if there’s a lost pet on your farm by the paw button that appears below your customers on the left side of the screen.

Once you find the animal, you’ll be given the option to either keep the animal (for Diamonds) or return it to its owner for a small reward. If you keep the animal, you’ll also be able to give it a name:

Cats & Dogs

Dogs and cats that you decided to keep on your farm will give you 1 Coin every 5 minutes, as long as they’re awake and running around. If they fall asleep, you can simply wake them up by clicking on the pin over its head.

In the shop, you’ll also find a Scratching Post and a Doghouse, which will make your cats and dogs give 50% more Coins, respectively.

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Pigs will grant you a Coins or a random product when you wake them from their naps.

Orphaned Fawns

Every once in a while, you might find a lost little fawn. These can be nursed back to health by feeding them with randomly selected products at certain intervals. After each feeding you’ll see a timer over the fawns head showing how long it’ll be until you can feed it again. Since a young fawn like that needs frequent feedings, you’ll only have a limited amount of time to get the small deer the food it needs.

If you manage to feed it enough times, you’ll get a big reward of experience points. You’ll be able to give it a name and return it to the forest. It won’t give you any further rewards, but you can sometimes spot it merrily prancing around in the woods.

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