The Rhode Island Red Chicken is an animal available in FarmVille 2. It can be bought from the market for 6,000 Coins. The Baby Rhode Island Red Chicken will become Adult after 3 Baby Bottles. While becoming Adult, it will produce 1 Egg.
|Rhode Island Red Chicken|
|Raise Baby Animal:||3 Baby Bottles|
|Sell Baby:||300 Coins|
|Sell Adult:||600 Coins|
|Sell Prized:||1,200 Coins|
|Feeds Required:||6 Feed|
|XP Gained:||4 XP|
|Next Feeding:||5 Minutes|
|Feeding until Prized:||50 Feedings|
|XP Gained:||23 XP|
|Next Feeding:||18 hours|
The Rhode Island Red Chicken can be fed every 5 minutes, and consumes 6 Feed each time. When it is fed, it produces 4 XP and two or three Eggs, which can be collected and then sold for 60 Coins each or used in recipes.
After 50 Feedings the Adult Rhode Island Red Chicken will become a Prized Rhode Island Red Chicken. Now it can only be fed every 18 hours and will produce 23 XP and 1 Brown Egg. Full Mastery grants an additional Brown Egg. The Prized Chicken can be sold for 1,200 Coins.
The Adult Rhode Island Red Chicken produces Eggs worth an average of 6,690 Coins, 200 XP and 15 Fertilizers in total. Feeding it with Strawberries, the Feed consumes 540 Coins and 30 Water.
If the Rhode Island Red Chicken is sold as soon as it becomes prized it gained in total 1,350 Coins. That’s aProductivity of 45 Coins per Water which can be pushed up to 303 Coins per Water if the Fertilizeris used on Cabbage.
A higher Productivity can be accomplished by feeding this Chicken with Red Pepper instead of Strawberry as long as the fertilized Crop or Tree Harvest sells for 168 Coins or more. Then the Feed consumes only 15.79 Water. The highest Productivity can be yield with fertilized Cabbage: 459 Coins per Water
Producing 3.6 Fertilizers per hour on average, the Rhode Island Red Chicken is a quite fast Fertilizer producer. The player gains 42.5 Waterper hour with 5 Wells. In theory 12 Rhode Island Red Chickens are sufficient to fertilize all watered plots. However Gold-Laced Cochin Chickens are still better for this.