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Found 3 results

  1. With scissors activated and sheep selected, there is no 'shear' option in the select bar. (only exists in the rclick menu or presumably as a keybind)
  2. Two bugs with sheep! 1. I shear my sheep once a day, and as of recently have been unable to shear them anymore. I have 45 sheep so it's not just a couple that aren't cooperating - and it's both the male and females. It says "The creature is already sheared" I have definitely sheared them at least once since the rams & lambs update (definitely know this 'cause I was almost hoping for black wool to come off one of my rams!) Can't be 100% sure but I think I only sheared them one time since that update, and then it no longer works. And yes, they are all fed, healthy and happy. 2. I have a couple of male sheep with no horns (Aged +)
  3. I'm not entirely sure if this is possible with the current tech or not, but I figured I'd suggest it just in case it was, and wasn't that big of a thing to implement. Sheared sheep! Visually, of course. Being able to see whether a sheep needs sheared or not from across the deed would be nice and save me a lot of time. Did someone shear this one already? I dunno. Let's click every single one with a pair of scissors and find out! Bleh. Not anything critical or crucial by any stretch. Just one of those nice 'quality of life' improvements. Many thanks for your time and consideration.