Golden ram

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This article is about the player-owned farm animal. For the animal in the player-owned farm teaser, see Golden ram (Player-owned farm teaser).
Golden sheep (item).png

Golden ram are the shiny breed of rams (male sheep) that may be raised on the player-owned farm. It can be obtained by breeding two sheep in the breeding pen or by trading with another player. As an item it will appear as one of the normal ram variants, and will only appear as a golden ram when added to a pen.

Rather than whatever its base species is, a golden ram will give the player one springsheared wool, one summerdown wool, one fallfaced wool, and one winterwold wool per growth stage upon gathering produce.

Golden ram
Farming level 35
Pen size Medium
Eats Flowers, fruits, vegetables
Produce Springsheared wool (77)
Summerdown wool (107)
Fallfaced wool (87)
Winterwold wool (69)
Muck Manure and green manure
Breeding cycle
(max cycle)
100 minutes (500 minutes)
Breeding success chance (%) 45%
Growth time
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 24 minutes 42 minutes 54 minutes
Growth check Farming XP
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 275 481.25 618.75
Cured disease Farming XP
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 13.75 24.0625 6.1875
Base sell price in beans
Egg Child Adolescent Adult Elder
N/A 20 100 85 70
Buyer Ralph (sheep hugger) chathead.png: Chat head image of Ralph (sheep hugger)Ralph (sheep hugger)
Last spawn(wrong?) January 27 2020 00:00 UTC ago
Next spawn(wrong?) January 29 2020 00:00 UTC


Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 4 February 2019 (Update):
    • Shiny animals now count as a wildcard for trait requests when selling to player owned farm NPC buyers, on top of the existing breed wildcard.
  • patch 24 September 2018 (Update):
    • There was an error in the breeding log for Golden sheep, where the log wouldn't recognise the birth. This is now fixed. Many apologies.