As you run your farm in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life, keeping your animal health up is important for production quality. An unhealthy animal will produce lesser quality products, which will hurt your supply line. Read on as we show you how to keep each animal healthy in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life.
How to Keep All Animals Healthy in A Wonderful Life
To keep animals healthy, you need to feed them specific foods and raise their affection by snuggling with them. Some farm animals will need to be groomed with a brush, while others can keep themselves clean.
You have five different animal types on the farm that you have to keep healthy. We have a separate guide for every animal in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. Healthier animals will get you better products, which will make for higher sales or the best gifts for the residents of Forgotten Valley and your romance options.
Here’s a rundown on how you can keep each specific farm animal healthy, happy, and producing the best quality of goods for you:
How to Keep Chickens Healthy
To keep your chickens healthy, all you have to do is keep their trough full of bird feed. Compared to larger animals, chickens don’t need as much attention though you do need to occasionally snuggle with them per day if you want them happy.
You can purchase the bird feed chickens need through the ledger for 100G and it’ll be delivered the next day. Just remember to call them into the coop to eat otherwise they’ll wander outside.
How to Keep Cows Healthy
You can keep your cows healthy feeding them Fodder as well as grooming them with a brush to prevent them from getting dirty and snuggling with them to raise affection. Cows with higher health will produce better quality milk.
There are multiple types of cows which produce different types of milk. You don’t need to change your method to keep them healthy regardless of what type of cow you have. If a cow’s health is about 80% you’ll get better quality milk depending on how many hearts you have with them.
Milk (C) 0-2 Hearts
Milk (B) 2-6 Hearts
Milk (A) 6-7 Hearts
Milk (S) 8-9 Hearts
Milk (S★) 9-10 Hearts
The quantity of milk will also depend on the temperature. You’ll get more milk bottles (3-6) during Autumn and Spring when temperatures aren’t as extreme. In contrast, Summer and Winter will get you fewer milk bottles (2-4) per day. Cows will also produce a special milk called Mother’s Milk for 3 days.
The better the care you give your cow, the more milk and quality you’ll get by keeping cows healthy.
How to Keep Sheep Healthy
Keeping sheep healthy in A Wonderful Life just means calling them in during rainy weathers. They’ll go outside the barn to feed on the pastures but you can also buy them fodder to eat.
Compared to the other animals, sheep are among the easiest to keep healthy. Just snuggle with them and keep them brushed for the best quality wool.
How to Keep Goats Healthy
Keeping goats healthy isn’t different from the sheep, just call them in during rainy weather so they don’t get sick. Like the sheep, you can feed them fodder though they will also go outside to eat the pastures.
Like cows, goats can produce milk and they also need grooming with your brush and snuggling everyday to keep them happy. Also like the cows, they also have the same grade of milk.
How to Keep Ducks Healthy
To keep your ducks healthy, you’ll have to be affectionate with them by picking them up and snuggling. You also have to feed them Bird Feed by using the trough in the coop or have them go outside to graze.
Ducks will give you better eggs the higher their affection is for you. They’re pretty easy to keep healthy so long as you feed them and snuggle them everyday.
How to Keep Your Horse Healthy
Keeping horses healthy will take a bit of work. You’ll have to feed it with fodder or let it out to graze in the pastures. You’ll also have to coddle it to keep it happy and groom it with a brush so that the horse will remain clean.
Horses don’t really give you any product. Though your horse will be useful for getting around fast so developing a strong bond with your horse is important.