FarmVille 2 Prized Animal Guide

The “Prized” system in Farmville 2 is a unique system that is essential to your game play. In this Farmville 2 guide, we will go over everything that you need to know about how the Prized Animal system works and what you can do to take advantage of this feature. Please let us know if we have missed anything and feel free to check out the rest of our FarmVille 2 guides to help you with your game play.

How to Get FarmVille 2 Prized Animal and What are Prized Animals

Depending on the animal that you have, after a number of feeds you will be able to convert them into Prized Animals. However, these , you can harvest them once a day and win experience, or if you prefer sell them and buy new ones to produce goods. It should be noted that the FarmVille 2 Prized Animals are also called as Blue Ribbon animals in the game. Do not confuse it with the Ribbon Star mastery for the FarmVille 2 crops.

The Prized Animals in your FarmVille 2 farm will appear a little larger than their non-prized counter parts. In addition, you will trigger an additional “county fair” screen when you click on your prized animals.

Prized Animals and County Fair

Once you have evolved your FarmVille 2 livestock into blue ribbon prized animal. They NO LONGER produce the resources for you. However, instead you will win some coins and XP when you send them to county fairs. You can send the prized animals to the County Fair once per day. This is a good way to earn additional leveling up experience points but bad for your FarmVille 2 resource needs. Thus, consider selling them if you do need the resources and money.

Prized Animal Harvest EXP and Coin Rewards

Please note that this Prized Animal table listing is not complete yet, we will update it as we gather more information from FarmVille 2 the game.

Animal
Type
Experience
Points
Gold
Gain
White Sheep100
White Chicken106
Rhode Island Red Chicken1023
Mustang Horse420
Merino Sheep590
Longhorn Cow600
Black Arabian Horse660
Nubian Goat720
Red Goat750
Cottontail Rabbit750
White Rabbit750
Angora Rabbit750
Hubbard Chicken750
Ameraucana Chicken750
Jersey Cow1050
Dexter Cow1200
Katahdin Sheep
Swiss Cow
Andalusian Horse
La Mancha
Boer Goat
Devon Cow
Baby Black Leghorn Chicken
Appaloosa Horse
Camarillo Horse
Gold-Laced Cochin Chicken
Ibex
Pygmy Goat
Flemish Giant Rabbit
Sealpoint Dwarf Rabbit
Cheviot Sheep
Portland Sheep
Gypsy Horse
Holstein Cow
Ayrshire Cow

Storing and Selling Prized Animals

Because resources are needed in your every day FarmVille 2 life, and your prized animals simply do not produce them for you. You may consider storing these animals or selling them to save your total livestock animal population space for FarmVille 2. Selling the prized animals will typically earn you more money than the regular counter parts.

FarmVille 2 Guides Index by Gamelytic

Hen House
Crop and Tree Harvest List
Best FarmVille 2 Level Walkthrough
Basic Money and Currency Points Overview
Best Use of Farm Bucks Cash
Complete FarmVille 2 Level Up and Coin Making
Crop Mastery
Prized Animal
Useful FarmVille 2 Tips, Tricks Compilation
Farm Hands


Comments

FarmVille 2 Prized Animal Guide — 11 Comments

  1. i have a question.
    i thought i read somewhere that if you take your prized animals to the “show” a serten numper of times, you can sell them fore more money.
    is this true? if so, how can you tell how many “shows” they’ve been on and how much they will sell 4?

  2. the prized Ibex is 110 exp points. Also now that there is a prized chicken coop to store 9 prized chickens in I store only white ones the prized chickens all produce the same amount of brown eggs for half the feed.

    • to store white chickens in your c’coop are ineffective, since other chickens give you more xp than white ones. I prefer store silver polish or Ameraucana Chickena.

  3. Hello. How do I sell animals? I have a lot of prized chickens and cows and i saw in the inventory they can be sold for coins. Thank you. :)

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