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Reason: "Needs information on optimal crop configurations, and animal pen designs (Jan 2019)"
- Domestic Gooseberry Bush
- Hubbard Squash
- Red Cabbage
- Hot Pepper
- Pickling Cucumber
- Rose Bush
- Maple Tree
- Lombardy Poplar Tree
- Pine Tree
- Yew Tree
- Domestic Mango Tree
- Juniper Tree
- Rubber Tree
- Bay Tree
Animals are usually domesticated by killing a wild animal with a bow and arrow while it is in its family form (except for wolves), then taking and feeding the wild baby. This will create a domestic version of the wild animal, which, when its baby is fed, will create the final form of the domesticated animal.
An advanced pen design with one wall made of boxes directly next to the bakery.