Thank you to FarmVille Freak Jack Hong for finding these unreleased FarmVille Chamois Goat, Gelbvieh Calf, & Gelbvieh Cow animals!
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FarmVille introduced a new Limited Edition Germany themed Pony tonight, called the Reitpony.
You may recognize the Reitpony (previously called the Riding Horse) from the FarmVille loading screen teaser and also as a FarmVille Freak unreleased item.
The Reitpony can be purchased in the FarmVille Market for 24 FV$ during the next 13 days only. And yes, there is a Reitpony Foal!
FarmVille LE Germany Animal (Released September 16, 2010):
- Reitpony – 24 FV$
FarmVille is celebrating Summer with the new Limited Edition Summer theme and introduced a new LE animal, a Flamingo.
The Flamingo can be purchased in the FarmVille Market during the next 9 days only.
The pink feathered Flamingos are famous for standing on one leg. Although it is unsure why, it is suggested that standing on one leg allows
“half of its body go into a state of sleep, and when one side is rested, the flamingo will swap legs and then let the other half sleep or standing on one leg may allow the birds to conserve more body heat, given that they spend a significant amount of time wading in cold water” (Source: Wikipedia)
Some interesting facts about Flamingos include:
- In Ancient Rome, Flamingo tongues were considered a delicacy.
- Andean miners have killed flamingos for their fat, believed to be a cure for tuberculosis.
- Ancient Egyptians believed Flamingos to be the living representation of the god Ra.
- The Moche people of ancient Peru worshiped nature.They placed emphasis on animals and often depicted Flamingos in their art.
- Pink plastic Flamingo statues are popular lawn ornaments in the United States.
FarmVille LE Summer Animal: (Released August 17, 2010):
- Flamingo – 16FV$
Will you purchase a Flamingo for your farm? Send pics of your Flamingo on your farm to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may feature it on FarmVille Freak.
The limited edition New England themed FarmVille Minature Horse is finally here! We got a sneak peak of this adorable Mini Pony on a FarmVille loading screen teaser and have been waiting on it since.
A new FarmGoddess favorite, the FarmVille Minature Horse costs 26 FV$ and can be purchased in the FarmVille Market during the next 10 days only! Be sure to snag yourself a Mini Horse while you can because after it expires from the market it will be a retired item that may not ever debut again.
Good news for Horse Breeder enthusiasts! The Mini Horse is breedable and can be placed in the Horse Stable, meaning it can yield a Miniature Horse Foal. According to Zynga, if you are able to cross two Minis you will get a Mini and if you cross a Mini and a Normal, you will get a Normal. However, there are reports by many FarmVille Freaks that Mini Horses + Normal Stallions are yielding Mini Horse Foals.
Note, the Miniature Stallion is only available through the current Mystery Game prizes (released on August 2, 2010). Also, the Mini Cream Horse and Foal are only obtainable through stables and nursery barns.
Good luck with your breeding!
Will you purchase a Miniature Horse for your farm?
A new limited edition New England themed Puffin is now available in the FarmVille Market.
The Puffin can be purchased with farm cash in the FarmVille Market during the next 11 days only.
FarmVille New England LE Animal: (Released on July 29, 2010)
- Puffin – 14 FV$
“Puffins are stocky, short-winged and short-tailed birds, with black upper parts and white or brownish-grey underparts. The head has a black cap, the face is mainly white, and the feet are orange-red. The bill appears large and colorful during the breeding season. The colorful outer part of the bill is shed after the breeding season, revealing a smaller and duller true bill beneath.Although the puffins are vocal at their breeding colonies, they are silent at sea.“ (Source: Wikipedia)
Will you purchase a Puffin for your farm? Send pics of your Puffin on your farm to email@example.com and we may feature them on FarmVille Freak.
A new Swiss Alps limited edition animal, the Swiss Ibex hit the FarmVille Market.
The Swiss Ibex is available for 16 farm cash during the next 13 days only.
Check out a real life Swiss Ibex in the video below. Traditionally the Swiss Ibex’s horns are used to defend themselves, but this one found another use!
Tonight June 30th the new Shiba Inu Puppy was added to the FarmVille Market. We had previously let you know this puppy may be coming as we posted the unreleased images of it just a few days ago.
This new puppy is available for 65$FV and comes in Brown, Black and White. And will help you ‘fetch things’ when fully.
“inu is the Japanese word for dog…the word shiba means “brushwood” in Japanese, and refers to a type of tree or shrub whose leaves turn red in the fall.This “inu is the Japanese word for dog…the word shiba means “brushwood” in Japanese, and refers to a type of tree or shrub whose leaves turn red in the fall.This leads some to believe that the Shiba was named with this in mind, either because the dogs were used to hunt in wild shrubs, or because the most common color of the Shiba Inu is a red color similar to that of the shrubs. However, in an old Nagano dialect, the word shiba also had the meaning of “small”, thus this might be a reference to the dog’s small size.Therefore, the Shiba Inu is sometimes translated as “Little Brushwood Dog.” (Source: Wikipedia)
Will you be purchasing a Shiba Inu ? How many puppies/dogs do you have on your farm now?
Thank you to FarmVille Freak Shiori for finding these unreleased FarmVille Egret and Sika Deer animals!
Source: Zynga, FarmVille
Note: Unreleased items have no official release date or guarantee that they will make it to the FarmVille Market. Zynga is the sole owner of all their copyrighted images.
Tonight the Mouflon Sheep started wandering onto farms! There is now a chance that this new lost and roaming animal will show up on your farm. If it does, you will have the option to share it with your neighbors. You will not be able to keep one for yourself. Lost and roaming animals are available by adoption only.
The Mouflon Sheep (male) most common characteristics are a short red/brown coat with large curbed horns horns. This species of goat was first seen about 7000 years ago in Europe. This breed of goat is endangered so has been studied quite a bit by the scientific world and was successfully cloned in 2001.
Have you adopted the Mouflon Sheep yet?
As you can now see on one of the new Southwestern loading screens below, that there are at least two unreleased animals- a Lynx and a Roadrunner!
What do you think about the unreleased Lynx, and Roadrunner?