This video will show you everything you need to know when it comes to using the dairy productions facility in Farming Simulator 22.
00:00 – Intro
0:17 – Buying & Placing Facilities
2:11 – Inputs & Outputs
2:38 – Productions Menu
5:02 – Storing Mode
5:45 – Inputting Products
6:16 – Pallets of Products
6:49 – Selling Mode
7:55 – Distributing Mode
8:26 – What to do with the Products?
8:42 – Outro
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Do you know how to sell milk at the dairy or bakery after you own it ??
Where does one sell the pallets of chocolate if you do it yourself? I haven’t seen a selling point that takes them
Thanks Farmer cop for the video I didn't know that if you sleep you lose a whole month I had palettes of flour and sugar ha lol 😅🤣
40% Delivery fee?? Oy! That's good to know ahead of time…
This is completely irrelevant to theh video, which is very nicely detailed, but man it irks me every time you say "daries" when the word dairy is singular AND plural lol. Like Deer.
The cheese can also be sent to the pizzeria where it can be turned into pizza along with other ingredients.
I don't have the game yet but love your videos as a primer. Learned a ton from you for fs19!
40% delivery fee damn. I was wondering why I was not making alot of money selling my goods.
Is, with any production, the rate of production and time scale linked. If I have it on 120x is the production running at 120?
These stones looks funny…
Curious to know if u deliver the pallets on ur own does it still take the delivery fee? I know it’s more work but 40% is 40%.
Dear diary, today I watched the dairy tutorial.
I appreciate the way you do these. Not a bunch of fluff, It's just what you need to know in delivered in an easy to understand way. I get sick of watching some channels videos for 15 minutes to figure out how to raise my forks or some silly thing.