Started by Loki88, October 15, 2015, 12:27:40 PM
Quote from: TLHeart on October 15, 2015, 01:49:57 PMDo the animals eat the silage as a meal, and only consume 1 silage, or do they eat it like hay, and consume 9 to 15 at a time?
Quote from: TLHeart on October 15, 2015, 02:25:28 PMokay one silage at a time... now for some math...a cow eats twice a day, and consumes 10 hay each time so 20 hay per day.Each silage takes 5 hay and 2 corn, total 7.A cow will eat 2 silage per day, or the equivalent of 10 hay and 4 corn per day.Just ran a test, and yes a cow will eat a silage every 12 hours, if that is their only food source. Now silage is a better food source than hay, and that is why it is used. edit: Cows seem to prefer to eat the hay over the silage though if they have access to both.
Quote from: TLHeart on October 15, 2015, 04:39:46 PMThe brewing table is a low priority cooks job, so a low skilled cook could do it. And do NOT put it on the cook stove, that is just yuck....
Quote from: Cataphract on October 16, 2015, 05:54:55 AMNice job! Personally I'd make the material cost a little lower, but that's just my preference.
Quote from: 1000101 on October 17, 2015, 05:50:02 PMI found that if you never let your animals into the colony freezer, you don't have to worry about things like them eating meals. I keep a small stockpile just for hay in the animal pen area with a higher priority than the freezer so it will stay stocked. Hay takes a long time to rot so it's a matter of not over-stocking the animal pens.That being said, it's rather annoying when the animals do eat your meals and I always thought there should be some form of processed food stuffs for animals, but I was thinking more of the colony dogs which have unrestricted access (so they can haul) than the livestock.Great mod, downloaded and will be used.