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Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby MarpTarpton » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:52 am

Hello,

If you have experienced SLDS (Sudden Livestock Death Syndrome), symptoms of which include the animal dying without showing signs of illness, please post here describing the event and, if possible, show the pedigree bars so we can investigate the possibility of a bug.

Known list of bugs animal-related:

Sometimes baby goats and baby cows drop pig snouts, pork racks, hams, and other pig-related items when butchered.
Sometimes if you gather lard a pig, it gives lard. If you click gather lard again, the pig disappears.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby yozzik » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:59 am

Still no witches on Popham?
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby HolyLight » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:02 pm

And with a wave of his wand the livestock stood still.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby Yes » Wed Jul 08, 2015 1:06 pm

A baby animal died.
A person came up to it to Pedigree and it just vanished leaving only bones after itself. I think it was at around +- the change of the seasons.
Sadly no pedigree bar of it. But I think the first 3 bars were high and most of the last bars were low.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby CottonMather » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:24 pm

Yes wrote:A person came up to it to Pedigree and it just vanished leaving only bones after itself.


That person hit butcher instead of pedigree.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby Yes » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:33 pm

CottonMather wrote:That person hit butcher instead of pedigree.

Wouldn't that yield at least something like meat or brains?
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby CottonMather » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:39 pm

Yes wrote:Wouldn't that yield at least something like meat or brains?

Not unless they have the proper livestock skill.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby Yes » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:46 pm

CottonMather wrote:Not unless they have the proper livestock skill.

I butchered a goat baby in popham and got a brain and 1 ham. And I don't have pig keeping.
Other people who butchered it probably got more meat pieces.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby CottonMather » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:52 pm

Yes wrote:I butchered a goat baby in popham and got a brain and 1 ham. And I don't have pig keeping.
Other people who butchered it probably got more meat pieces.


If you butchered a goat and got a ham something is VERY wrong.
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Re: Help, Help, My Livestock Died!

Postby Yes » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:56 pm

CottonMather wrote:If you butchered a goat and got a ham something is VERY wrong.

That were my first thoughts. But I've seen baby pigs, also seen one just before that situation and those two didn't look the same.
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