Lost FarmVille animals being replaced?
FarmVille Freak has received quite a few emails about animals now being replenished to players who experienced loss in last week's FarmVille animal fiasco. But, are these replacements the correct animals? Many players are reporting that when logging on their farm animals have been added directly to their buildings with purpose/animal storage buildings, enough to stretch the capacity of the building, but these animals are not what they initially lost. Zynga is clearly attempting to make good on farmers losses but maybe not in the most efficient way?
FarmVille Freak Lisa lost Cream Draft Horses and Rhode Island Red Chickens but was given Grey Horses and Gold Chickens.
I noticed something odd in my stable this morning when making my round I noticed I had more horses than there should have been room for! I had 65 horses when capacity is only 40! I guess they are trying to compensate for lost animals, but they missed the mark by far giving me such common stock when I lost the much harder to replace cream horses, red chickens and etc. :(
FarmVille Freak LittleBuePig had a similar experience:
During Farmville's recent updates I lost 14 cows from my dairy and 10 bricks from my Japanese barn. A day of so later I received 7 cows, 30 golden chickens, 3 green calves, and no bricks. I've attached a screen shot showing by chicken coop with 60/60 chickens, but 83 golden chickens.
FarmVille Freak Ashley found calves in her Nursery Barn, but her missing cows were not replaced:
This morning I logged onto Farmville and noticed that in my nursery barn (where all my missing animals had been) I had 32/20 animals in there. I looked inside and noticed that I had 14 regular calfs...when before I only had about 3. I checked my other things like the dairy barn, horse stable, and chicken coop but those all seemed normal even though I did have a missing cow or two. I was just wondering if this was a glitch or will I acutally be able to keep 32 animals in there!
Have you received correct replacement animals?
This article originally appeared on FarmVille Freak.