Hello viewers! In this video we will talk about animal breeding; more specifically livestock breeding. We will cover why and how should you keep them? What are the benefits and drawbacks? Stay tuned While the mount animals can grow for more days, not to mention the rare mounts, livestock is among the fastest growing animals in Albion. With premium they grow under 22 hours, without premium this is 44 hours. To grow livestock. You need a personal Island at least level two, but preferably higher. This is because you will need the farming plots. Which will appear on your island, starting with level two. At a level 6 island, you will own 5 farming plots, where you can construct the necessary pastures. But you can’t find them on guild islands, so they are not eligible for farming Pastures can be found under the farming category after you press the “H” key to access the build menu. It is a Tier 3 building. To construct it you will need 30 from each of the following materials: rough stones, rough logs, chestnut planks, and sandstone blocks. When you are ready with the preparations, you can visit a marketplace or the nearby farming merchant to purchase some baby animals. You can place nine babies into one pasture to breed them. When they grow up you can slaughter them at the butcher for raw meat, or keep them for their products. All animals produce something different. Chickens produce hen eggs, geese produce goose eggs, goats produce goats milk, sheep produce sheep’s milk, and cows produce cow’s milk, respectively. Livestock can be nurtured after placed in a pasture like all other animals, which will increase their chance to produce offsprings. The number of focus points needed to nurture an animal will decrease as you level up your animal breeding skill on the destiny board. Livestock is pretty cheap on the feeding side too. They are all herbivores and all of the tiers require only nine plans to fully feed them. Lower-tier livestock have a smaller chance of producing an offspring if not nurtured, but they will return more babies than higher-tier ones if nurtured. The pickup fame is the same for all tiers. So if you want to max out the skill tree, tier doesn’t matter. If you manage to level up your skill tree on the destiny board, that will unlock the tier 8 cow, which has a 93% chance to produce an offspring, even without using any focus points. That means; if you manage to unlock the last tier, you will be pretty much able to maintain a stable pasture farm without using any focus points. Cow’s milk is always a good selling product, a base material in tier 8 invisibility and poison potions, plus it can be transformed into cows butter, to make tier 8 sandwiches. Their raw meat can be used in tier 8 beef stew, which increases combat damage. However, if you are not into potion brewing or cooking, you can always sell the grown ones at the marketplaces or slaughter them to convert them into raw meat. Some mount animals and rare mounts require not plants, but meat to fill up their belly. Thus you can feed them with the raw meat, that you get from the livestock after butchering them. Now the only thing left is you to go out and visit the farming merchants and start your farm. Good luck and have fun!