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How to Take Care of All Animals in Fae Farm

Make sure to give them lots of pets!
Fae Farm
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What does every farm game have in common? You have the ability to take care of the cutest animals. In Harvest Moon, we were head over heels for the cows and chickens you could own. Cozy games require the holy trinity of taking care of a farm, building relationships with residents, and making sure your animals are fed.

In the game Fae Farm, you can take care of unique animals such as Spriggans and Lunens. What does a Spriggan need in order to be taken care of? Here’s what you need to do to take care of animals in Fae Farm.

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Taking Care of Animals in Fae Farm Guide

In popular farming simulators or cozy role-playing games, taking care of plants and harvesting them is only part one. The next part would be making sure your animals are being fed and loved. There are plenty of animals you can discover in Fae Farm and they are Spriggans, Lunens, Chickoos, Cottontails, Mamoos, and Woolyhorns. Some of these animals you will earn as you progress through the story, whereas Mamoos, are earned through dungeons.

If you want to take care of any of these animals you’re going to need to make sure they’re fed, pet them every day, and make sure they’re outside relaxing. You’ll want to make sure your coop and barn are upgraded so you can own multiple animals. Once you take care of your animal, they will reward you, with products you can sell. Does this sound familiar? Any Harvest Moon player knows how lucrative it is to sell high-quality milk or wool.

Upgrading Your Coop in Fae Farm Guide

We mentioned that you need to make a few upgrades so you can have multiple animals in the future. You can also upgrade the trough in the coop the Chickoos use as they’re eating. This will boost the capacity of the food. You’ll be able to see these changes the very next day.

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About the author

Jazmine Corniel

Jazmine Corniel has been a freelance writer at Game Journalist since May 2022. She has an AA in journalism and is working towards a degree in digital communications. She has five years of professional writing experience and social media management. Her GJ coverage includes The Sims 4, Genshin Impact, Honkai Star Rails, and World of Warcraft alongside other live service games. In her free time, you’ll find her playing The Sims 4, voice acting, singing in musicals, and traveling.

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