How to Hire Ranch Hand Sims 4 Ranch Service

If you want to know how to hire a ranch hand in Sims 4 Horse Ranch, aka hire a ranch service to help your rancher handle the daily chores, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we are going to guide you through the hole process. It’s honestly pretty easy once you know how it works. Let’s dive into it, shall we>

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how to hire ranch hand sims 4 ranch service
How to Hire Ranch Hand Sims 4 Ranch Service

How to Hire Ranch Hand in Sims 4

To hire a ranch hand to aid your rancher in Sims 4 Horse Ranch, you have to hire a service. It’s easier than it seems, and if you’ve hired a maid or a nanny, you know how it works. First off, click the Phone icon in the bottom left of the screen. Next, select the House icon and scroll down to “Hire a service.” Click that, then scroll down to “Ranch Hand.” You’ll see how much the service will cost you (a hundred bucks up front plus twelve bucks an hour). After you click on that, your sim will call for a ranch hand. You’ll get a notification in the top right telling you what the helper will do (general repairs, gardening, livestock care) and for how long (from 7 AM to 7 PM). So, that’s a hundred and forty-four dollars a day.

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You’ll get a notification after you hire help

And there you go, that’s how you hire a ranch hand in the Sims 4 Horse Ranch expansion pack. Your helper will arrive in a matter of seconds after you place the call and immediately hop to work. And you’ll quite likely need some aid in running your ranch, because there’s a lot to do when taking care of horses. You have to feed them, groom them, pick up heaps and heaps of poop, and so on. Plus repair things every so often. You can’t just get a few horses and then just let it all happen on its own. Good luck!

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