How to get sheep in Manor Lords

    0
    57

    Sheep are one of the most important animals in the soon-to-be rich medieval city. You’ll want to get these fairly early, as they allow you to craft multiple items. Here’s how to get sheep in Manor Lords.

    Where to buy sheep at Manor Lords

    Image from MyFullGames

    To buy sheep at Manor Lords, you must first build a cattle trading post. Oxen and other animals, including sheep and lambs, can be imported from here. Before investing heavily in the sheep business, I suggest you first get business upgrades from the Development skill tree. This will make the import-export business a lot cheaper (your import price will drop from 30 to 20), especially in the beginning when each regional wealth currency is important.

    Image from MyFullGames

    To import sheep through the Livestock Trading Post, find them under the Trade tab within the Livestock Trading Post menu. Be sure to set the desired surplus at four sheep. You can always get more if necessary, but you don’t want to spend too much at first.

    Related: How to get more villagers and families in Manor Lords

    How to raise sheep in Manor Lords

    Image from MyFullGames

    Before you order your first flock of sheep, you need to build a sheep farm and pasture so that everything is ready for them. This is a great start to your wool production, which you will use to create clothing or export. Clothing is crucial to upgrading your town, as your villagers will ask you for stylish clothing as a prerequisite for upgrading their homes to level 3.

    How to use wool in Manor Lords

    To turn sheep wool into clothing in Manor Lords, you must build several buildings and employ families to work there. Build a Weavers’ workshop to transform wool into yarn. You will use it to produce clothing items such as capes.

    Now that you know how to get sheep in Manor Lords, check out How to Prepare for and Survive Winter in Manor Lords on MyFullGames.


    MyFullGames is supported by our audience. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here