Livestock

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Livestock are tameable Animals in Raft.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Using a Net Launcher, Livestock may be captured and tamed after which they start producing items for the player.

Livestock[edit | edit source]

The following animals can be tamed as livestock:

Name Description Produces
Clucker.png Clucker Chicken-like creature 1xEgg.png
Goat.png Goat An ordinary goat 1xBucket of Milk.png
Llama.png Llama An ordinary llama 1xWool.png

When livestock are tamed, they must be fed with grass from Grass Plots to produce the provided items listed above. A single Grass Plot takes 5 minutes to grow, and the animals eat from it every 8 minutes on normal mode (for other difficulties, see the Game Modes page). As such, it's enough to have a single Grass Plot per animal, though it is recommended to have more as a buffer, in case the player forgets to water them. A Sprinkler can assist this process by automatically watering empty Grass Plots, but will require a Battery to work, and the battery must be changed manually when it runs out. When connected to an Electric Purifier through Water Pipes, you do not need to worry about refilling the sprinkler with water.

If cared for, Cluckers lay Eggs, Goats can be Milked with a Bucket, and Llamas can be Sheared to get Wool. A lot of items and mechanics rely on animal produce, so having Livestock on the raft is a necessity to unlock late-game items.

History[edit | edit source]

Early Access
Update 12.01 Animals no longer starve to death but they stop producing resources when they are not fed.
Update 9.04 Animals will now do their best to find Grass Plots.
Update 9 Livestock (as a category) added to the game