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  1. I have a great suggestion that would help Ranchers track their unnamed animals and help them prevent accidental inbreeding. My idea will use some of the already in place game mechanics so nothing elaborate would have to be created, and will allow the ranchers to open up their deeds and let the animals roam more than the current tracking method allows. Using Papyrus, you could create a tag that can be attached to the animal (like a brand) that will allow the ranchers to name or number their animals. Attached labels will be described upon examination. This could say something like "This <animal type> has been tagged <tag label>". Ranchers can then simply keep track of what labeled animals have been bred with who, and what parents their animals belong to (would have to be tracked outside of the game by using spreadsheet or something similar). Also, if you want, the labels can either be permanent or removable in the instance of selling an animal. Any Constructive input into this idea is welcomed.