High level player-owned farm run

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High level player-owned farm run
Profit per instanceBlack dragon (NPC).png
5,006,054 per instance
Activity time
5 minutes
Minimum recurrence time
42 hours
Effective profit
60,072,648 per hour
Skill requirementsQuest requirements
92 Farming
60 Construction
None
Item requirementsOther requirements
None None
Experience gainedLocation
550,000 farming experiencePlayer-owned farm
Inputs (12,509,534)Outputs (17,515,588)
252 × Raw tuna.png Raw tuna (86,688)
336 × Mort myre fungus.png Mort myre fungus (415,632)
672 × Woad leaf.png Woad leaf (16,128)
20 × Gloomshroom zygomite.png Gloomshroom zygomite (5,000,000)
12 × Black dragonhide.png Black dragonhide (21,348)
40 × Zygomite fruit.png Zygomite fruit (25,400)
40 × Mort myre fungus.png mort myre fungus (49,480)
160 × Chinchompa residue.png Chinchompa residue (13,760)
800 × Red chinchompa.png Red chinchompa (2,005,600)
Details
Black dragon eggs can be bought from the Grand Exchange and can reliably be sold to other players at the adolescent stage for 400,000-450,000 coins, Unchecked zygomites can be bought from the Grand Exchange and can reliably be sold to other players at the adolescent stage for 250,000-300,000 coins, unchecked crystal chinchompas can be bought from the Grand Exchange and can reliably be sold to other players at the adolescent stage for 100,000-125,000 coins. The output can be other types of zygomites and chinchompas.

These animals are removed from the pen and replaced with an egg/child/sporeling at the adolescent age due to the quantity of beans received from selling each animal to it's individual npc buyer is highest at this age so players looking to buy animals to exchange for beans will be more likely to buy the best return on their own investment.

In order to reduce investment costs, players may choose to spend a little extra time at the Manor Farm on a populated and/or trade dedicated world and buy "checked" versions of first stage animals from other players for a much lower price than "(unchecked)" counterparts via the Grand Exchange. Keeping in mind that once checked, farm animals do not stack in the bank. Purchasing the storm barn and subsequent extensions allows for up to 60 checked animals to be stored outside of the bank.

When selling your adolescent livestock consider the unique qualities animals may carry (1, 2, or 3 trait slots filled? Individual traits in those slots? 'Shiny!'?) that can increase the value exponentially on the player to player market.

Players may also use the breeding pen to store 4 chinchompas to grow for produce, and can further improve profits by employing the breeding pen collector, which should grant approximately an additional 10 Carnivorous chinchompa (unchecked) per 42 hours, however this won't allow you to utilize the babysitter to keep animals in this pen at their adolescence stage.

Players may also wish to not feed their animals to save on food costs, sacrificing a large portion of farming experience gained.

Employing babysitters is recommended when raising livestock to the adolescent stage. This will prevent over growing animals accidentally due to delays and/or scheduling conflicts.