Suffocating. Not really keen on finding out). This is roughly 544 kcals in meat (or 680kcal in barbecue) per cycle, meaning in theory you need 1.838 (or 1.47) hatches per dupe. Press J to jump to the feed. i know that but i dono how to do it automaticlly with the dupes. It burrows into natural tiles with a hardness of 20 or lower to hide for the day time, and the tile in which it's burrowed can be dug up to encounter the creature.

Community for the space-colony simulation game Oxygen Not Included, developed by Klei. Perhaps a feeder if you want coal too.

With a storage that only takes p-dirt and rot. as long as the room population is below 6, they should be fine. They can be domesticated. Now choose another area but only place the drop-off with priority 8 and 20 hatch and hatchlings. Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America), https://www.reddit.com/r/Oxygennotincluded/comments/ba5787/some_ranching_designs_made_possible_by_the_qol/. though I did make the mistake of making sages thinking i'd get more coal out of them, but I ran out of food for them eventually. Best ways Ive found so far is that where you have isolated your hatches you can build some of the following in the farm for automated feeding.

Stone Hatch are flinty grey and have a thickened, rocky appearance. Note that regular hatches and sage hatches can also eat food. If you let them burrow make sure your rancher is working night shifts, else they won't be groomed and you get no bonus. then you'll want sweeper that can collect all the coal, meat (when they die of old age) and eggs out of the room through a conveyor loader. Along with the plain hatch, two of its variations provide a greatly diversified diet that may be better tailored to the needs of your colony's coal production. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Typically a herd of 7 will run one generator, which can provide the power to a couple incubators. They eat metal ore exclusively, and instead of producing coal, they produce Refined Metal of the corresponding ore instead.

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A hatch provides 2,000 grams of meat when slaughtered, which translates to about 3,200 kcals of food, 4,000 when cooked into barbecue. Stackable hatch farm, clock automation will open the door few seconds a day to let egg and coal falling down, only need 1 sweeper move these to power room/hatchery/kill room. It consumes almost exclusively organic compounds, including Polluted Dirt, slime, and algae, alongside every normal foodstuff your dupes eat such as Meal Lice. Algae is better used for oxygen production or Pacu farming, while slime can be stored underwater to prevent offgassing and used to farm Dusk Caps. Im a little confused on their function. You need 8.5 tame and happy (Stone) Hatches to produce 600 kg of coal each cycle. So, I'm almost on Cycle 400 and I have started to run out of coal. Once you have the numbers you don't need incubators. This hatch tutorial covers pretty much everything you need on hatch farming. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. next is food, hatches can lay 3 different eggs, hatch, sage hatch, and stone hatch. so what I do is I make their movement small by building all the things you need (grooming station, critter feeder, and critter drop off) then put a door on both sides and then 1 tile over the doors, if your room is 4 tiles high or higher, you'll have that open gap. It produces coal in return. works great. They will eat a 100 kg of ore, "refining" it into 75 kg of Refined Metal. They jump 1 tile across and up to 2 tile up/down.

Massive Hatch Farm for Coal? Sage Hatch have a glossy green color, and a green diet to match.

Hatches convert a certain percentage of the eaten massinto another resource (e.g. You can fit at most 8 hatches in one Stable, so technically you would need more than one stable to fuel one coal generator constantly. This creature is nocturnal and eats minerals in its path. This is my horizontal take of an automated hatch farm: ... Community for the space-colony simulation game Oxygen Not Included, developed by Klei. Massive Hatch Farm for Coal? stone hatches can eat minerals and metal ores and will produce 50% instead, normal hatches can eat the basics of everything and also produces 50% into coal.

Stackable hatch farm, clock automation will open the door few seconds a day to let egg and coal falling down, only need 1 sweeper move these to power room/hatchery/kill room. A Duplicant requires 1000kcal per cycle on normal difficulty settings (default).

A third place needs to be chosen to have the eggs moved to.

I got 5 so far and i am only dug through 60pct of the main. regular hatches eat 140 kg of solids and convert them into 70 kg of coal). Sorry, I know this post is a month old, but what is the critter sensor for? © Valve Corporation. if you want details on any of this stuff, you can just search my name, i've done a crazy amount of posts talking about them all. Best is leave the nest ur making w natural tile so the hatches are encouraged to head towards that direction.

Happy Hatches can lay up to 16 eggs over their entire adult life (95 days), one of which will be needed to repopulate the stable; therefore, over a hatches entire 100 cycles of occupying a stable, it will provide 15 eggs for the colony. Makes it less urgent to keep their food topped up, and means you can have dupes transfer larger amounts at once (an issue if you are playing with shine bugs). Usually I try to get a hatch or two in every latrine room as long as I don't have steady water supply and proper toilets and proper wash sinks. So, I'm almost on Cycle 400 and I have started to run out of coal. I sweep/gather rotten food, polluted earth and ice and then dump it into the room for them to snack on. regular hatches eat 140 kg of solids and convert them into 70 kg of coal). The Hatch that is the purple, toothy critter your Duplicants seem to stumble upon in their initial excavations. Ive seen many builds to achieve a fully automated hatch farm and so I decided to just add on to the pile and submit my own attempt. works great. https://oxygennotincluded.gamepedia.com/Hatch?oldid=42303. Like, have one stable for breeding with the dropoff set to like 7 or so. This is my horizontal take of an automated hatch farm: ... Community for the space-colony simulation game Oxygen Not Included, developed by Klei. Then another stable to butcher the hatches which exceeded those 7. You put it in the containers and then destroy the containers when they are full? Since the same calculation holds true as above, this is 420 kcals a day, meaning you need 2.38 hatches per dupe. However the critter drop-off will allow you to at least automate the relocation of them. thats all you really need to know. The free space is used for storage.

Smooth Hatch are a deep cobalt blue. I got 5 so far and i am only dug through 60pct of the main.

So now it's time for me to maybe make a meat farm for my dupes. Set the drop-off for priority 9 and 2 max hatch and hatchlings. Share this post. This page was last edited on 2 November 2020, at 17:34.

It would be simple if I knew hatch mechanics and ranching behaviors, which I don't. It eats a wide variety of the same foodstuffs your duplicants subsist on, along with some minerals, and produces coal in return. So I was wondering if you guys had some tips/ videos you used for making a simple hatch farm for meat? As you will likely have many more minerals than organics, it is usually more efficient to use normal or stone Hatches for coal production, and to use Pokeshells or Compost for Polluted Dirt or expired food disposal. All rights reserved. it can be 12-96 tiles big, at least 4 tiles high. If fed Sedimentary Rock, it has an increased chance of producing a Stone Hatchling Egg. Smooth hatch refine metals, more efficiently than a rock crusher, but less so than a smelter. OBS: Det här ska BARA användas för att anmäla spam, reklam och problematiska (trakasserande, bråkiga eller grova) inlägg. All rights reserved. They produce Coal, Eggs, Meat, and Refined Metal. Best ways Ive found so far is that where you have isolated your hatches you can build some of the following in the farm for automated feeding.

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You put it in the containers and then destroy the containers when they are full? 431. Complete automation is hard. Oxygen Not Included is now fully released. If there is a Volcano on the map and its Magma is cooled down into Igneous Rock, feeding it to Stone Hatches provides a renewable way to produce coal. How do you get them to go where you want? This video is sponsored by Klei.

It burrows into natural tiles with a hardnessof 20 or lower to hide for the day time, and the tile in which it's burrowed can be dug up to encounter the creature. Then I build a pit in the floor above(2 blocks deep 2 wide) with a mech door as floor and a bottle emptier only accepting p-water.

These DO include natural tiles with "buried object" in them and are surround on all sides by other natural tiles. Join. for an efficient farm, you'll want to limit their movements, but still keep their pens big enough. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the Oxygennotincluded community. Does it allow extra hatches to go into the water and drown or something? Press J to jump to the feed. Why are there two sets of double doors in the middle. © Valve Corporation.

Place the grooming station, critter feeder and drop-off. then you'll want an incubator room just so you can replenish any old age dead critters, nursery to keep babies until they grow up to be adults and be useful.

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