Just like Lenny enjoyed tending the rabbits, you too can tend to all of the animals in Farming Simulator 2019. Before you chop them up into bits and stick them on a barbeque, that is.

Animals are going to be a bigger part of FS2019 than ever before in the Farming Simulator series, both in terms of the horses that can be ridden about, animals that can be reared for meat, as well as cows to be milked, sheep for wool, and chickens for eggs. You know, the classic farming stuff.

“Cows, pigs, sheep, and chickens each have unique needs and rewards for effective farming, and which you choose is entirely up to you,” says Giants Software. “React to the market and focus on the most in-demand produce or have a broad strategy with many more machines, processes, and area requirements.”

The horses are probably the biggest new addition though, providing a new means for getting about your farm. They can even be trained up and then sold for a healthy profit, but they will need be fed on the new oat crop in order to stay in a good condition.

Revamped visuals, horse riding, and the John Deere brand itself promise to be the chief reasons for picking up Farming Simulator this year. There are now dozens and dozens of unique crops and more than 300 vehicles and tools, as well as online multiplayer and full mod support.

Farming Simulator 2019 is out on November 20th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.