Right now, only sheep are eating grass. Not only is that boring, but also it's easy to create minimal farms (3x3) with many to many animals in. This plugin tries to address these issues, by making other animals eat grass too. Right now only cows are implemented, but as fast as they are stable and good I'm going to add Chickens, Pigs, Mushrooms and I'm probably also going to alter how Sheep work to make it work like the others. What happens right now is that if the cow is standing on a grass block or "in" long grass, there is a random chance that the cow will eat the grass, either removing the long grass or turning the grass block into a dirt block. This will add a specified amount of "food points" (foodLevel in code) to the cow. Also, over time the cow will lose food points. If the food points drop to zero, the cow will start to take damage (rather slowly) and eventually die. This means that if you have to many cows and the grass doesn't grow after fast enough your herd will die... It doesn't end there though, cows need a specified food level to be able to give milk. Giving milk will also take several food points, so you can't spam click with a stack of buckets any more. This is VERY work in progress right now, and there are still many features left to be implemented and bugs to be squashed. Features left to implement: Baby animals should lose food points faster than adults They now eat more frequent Ability to set all constants in a configuration file Animals should try to find grass by them self when they are hungry. (Right now it happens that a cow stands still on a grass block, after a time it has eaten it (it's now a dirt block) and a bit later it dies) Breeding should need a minimal food level Several in code markers Also, as this is my first bukkit plugin and also my first try at java (other than a Hello world program), I have several questions according to bukkit programming that I don't think are important enough to get an own thread: Right now "my" cow is inheriting from net.minecraft.server.v1_4_R1.EntityCow (from CraftBukkit) as far as I have understood it this is not a nice way to do it, but how should it be done? Right now I'm assuming the c() function from EntityCow is called every tick, as looking at other code pointed that way. Is that right or is there some other function that I should use? Is there a way to save a value along side an animal when the world is saved? I thought about using equipment, but it seemed to hackish, and the metadata system doesn't permanently save any values. Do cows have durability ? I have a github page for this plugin here The current jar file can be downloaded here Licensed under BSD 2-clause Thanks for taking the time to read!