Welcome back to my first Farming Simulator 22 let’s play on Haut-Beyleron
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Please note this is an early access copy and the game is likely to change/be patched prior to release.
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Amazing! Keep the grapes!
Loving the series Daggerwin! I just found out while playing that you can activate all three crops at once in the greenhouse! Also, you’re extremely close to a collectible near the Café/dock area, try not to get wet! Keep up the great work mate!
Also for picking up lettuce is it 6 heads x 6?
At most that's only 60 lbs plus the pallet weight.
Someone else can convert 60 lbs into kilos for me.
I still don't understand how they have working mirrors, but the camera for the grape harvester doesn't work.
It should be almost the same code to show something behind as it is to show something below…
Hey, is it possible to add new videos to playlist? It is really handy 😃
Do you use a steering wheel for farming simulator? If you do, could you make a tutorial on how you have your bindings set up?
you can do 3 rows of pallets with lettuce and tomato in the trailer a full trailer will be 99 pallets of lettuce, and there is a game near the traintrack, to the left you have an island its on there. and there is one on the same street at the end where you found one by acciddent when you did a contract. and one in the hills behind the bakkery. ow and where the boats are, you drive by it, when you will pick up your grapejuice.
Paint a strip of grass between your grass field and main field to stop workers going onto the grass part
I notice you call your crop roller a mulcher. There is a mulcher in game. I don't understand …. is there something I'm missing?
Hi Daggerwin, it would look good if you put a track in between the grape vines and 5he corn field
For the areas you don't want the worker to accidental;y cultivate or plow you should paint it like when splitting a field
you can make one big feild by using the one of the big plows
Do cleaning the tractor o.k. if you don't
Breed the chickens,cows and sheep
Buy and keep separate! Expand Grapes
You have most of the tools don't you for Olives, just need a harvesting machine right? Just expand the grapes and add olives. You worked so hard for the equipment. Just keep a small file or buy chicken food.
I would like to see the fields stay separate, but am looking forward to seeing how olives are cultivated.
With concern to the lettace in your trailer… Turn em sideways, youll get more in…
Lol sorry, cant help it. I pull refrigerated long haul for a living.
Guys if we take a loan and make a lot more time to repay it, what will happen ?
Get a factory
I think joining all those fields into one big super field would be awesome, but I feel like that would have to be a later game thing. The reason I say that is, if you join them all now and use them as one field you'll either be growing massive amounts of profit making crop, but not having any chicken food, or else you'd make waaaaaay too much chicken food, but no highly profitable crops. I guess if you can get enough money built up to absorb the cost of doing a pure wheat harvest for the first year, stockpile that as chicken feed for several years to come, then do profitable crops until you get short on chicken feed, and rinse and repeat…. I don't know….. it seems like it would be better to have a seperate field or fields that can just keep ticking over growing animal feeds. Of course, if you join them you'd also realistically need to find somewhere else for olive groves and trees and such.
TL:DR: I think joining the fields would be awesome, but to make it practical I think you'd need to own at least one or 2 other fields first so you have room to do other things as well as whatever you grow in the super field.
Great video as usual! I just started my own Farming Sim channel and look to your videos for inspiration! Advise and critique on my channel would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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Dagger, You can store your eggs in that little nook right where they all spawn. I know you're not keen on stacking them but it will hold 6 pallets in one layer and not intrude on the spawn location. If you decide you are OK with stacking they will easily stack 5 high in there or 30 full pallets in total. I stack them high then move the full stacks with a fork truck onto the curtain sider.
Could have done maple and harvested Maple Syrup.
Forest in a field is that a economically sound decision. Expand vineyard into new field. Use other end for olives.
Maybe utilize the space behind the storage sheds for the tanker and flatbed trailer.
I had a fent 7T come on a 60% sale literally on the day harvest was due. I was getting ready to have to take out a loan
I think you should keep the fields separate and buy a field somewhere else. Great video daggerwin
I would recommend the field in which you plan on planting wheat or barley what you need to do is paint a strip of grass between the grass portion and the other portion to stop your worker from going into the grass and messing it up.
Daggerwin. I have bought the two fields. Mergers them all into one mega field and planted grass. I bake and wrap it for silage with a round bailer. 111-114 bales each time. An hour just to do the bailing….not the mowing and windrowing…just the bailing. But the $380k pay day is great
Careful i stacked a full trailer of lettuce 3 high and my game was very very laggy when looking or near it
I love daggerwin
On episode 28 you went to sell the eggs and the price was lower than you thought it was. The reason for that is if you exit your save the prices reset I noticed this when I went to sell some silage and had to get of my pc for a minute when I came back the price went from 404 to 280 I save scumed for a bit to get my price back but only got it up to 378.
4:54 put a dirt road and in middle grass
I think you should continue with grapes instead of olives. You have built up a nice amount and it would be frustrating to start over again with olives. You could extend the yard into the new field but leave the road in between.