Farming Classics

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by Qnreqylu » Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:36 am

I want both farming classics and modern classics...I hope ..I hope.

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by ltl.vamp » Thu Nov 29, 2018 12:26 pm

So amazing! Just to tell again: Thank You, Dogface!
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Re: Farming Classics

Post by LawnBoyDude91 » Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:13 pm

Hey dogface! Update us on whether or not we are gonna get Farming Classics on FS19. You know it saw like 1 million downloads back on FS15 and twice as much on FS17.

With the new item handling system. Stacking bales is gonna be easier.

So please let us know if we are getting Farming classics on FS19!

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by LawnBoyDude91 » Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:14 pm

Plus the John Deere 2020 and 4040 fans will love the Fahr APN!! AND BALE TRAILER

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by BigC92 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:27 am

LawnBoyDude91 wrote:
Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:13 pm
Hey dogface! Update us on whether or not we are gonna get Farming Classics on FS19. You know it saw like 1 million downloads back on FS15 and twice as much on FS17.

With the new item handling system. Stacking bales is gonna be easier.

So please let us know if we are getting Farming classics on FS19!
He never made the pack, he just converted the pack over was all.

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by LawnBoyDude91 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 5:01 pm

Well I would like to know if we can get an update for FS19. Cause the pack would be nice with the new handle physics. Bales could be stacked by hand. And not fly all over the place.

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by GothicKing13 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:55 pm

lefe1 wrote:
Tue Nov 06, 2018 2:50 pm
about once per week we take a cruise around on our back roads (Ohio) and I see every type of tractors and equipment. from Deutz-Fahr, White, NH, Ford, old Case, new Case, JD, JCB, Kubota, Massey, International, Allis-Chalmers, Minneapolis-Moline, Steiger. and many many more. and some I seen and don't even know what it even was haha. So if you just drive around and look you will see way more than you think thats in your area...
Hmm, really? Wow, never took Ohio to be much of a farming state. But, don't judge... I grew up in Dayton. Twas all city where I lived. Nothing really to look at and explore. I live in Tennessee now. There is about 5 to 6 farms around the area I'm at (25min to get to the nearest grocery store, an hour if I want Walmart - lol -__-). They all use the equipment in which I stated previously. Though, about an hour and 15min drive, I can visit the grandparents of a friend I grew up with in Ohio (his family is like my own, his mother thinks of me as another one of her sons) but, his grandfather has an old Ford tractor. There is 1 farm near them that has 1 green tractor, not sure of the make/model... but, other than that. I haven't seen any other brand in person other than the ones I mentioned previously.
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Re: Farming Classics

Post by lefe1 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 3:01 pm

Wow. I can't believe that you didn't think ohio was a farming state. but I guess if you live in the city haha..

Ohio is home to 14 million acres of farmland and 73,600 farms that produce a wide array of commodities from soybeans, corn, pumpkins to strawberries and grapes. Ohio's cash crops were valued at $7.5 billion in 2017, according to the United States Department of Agriculture,

Ohio is also a leader in the production of soybeans, its largest crop, and corn.

Ohio is a leading producer of hogs. The famous Poland China hog was developed in Ohio.

Ohio is also one of the leading (#5) egg-producing states.

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by LawnBoyDude91 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:59 pm

I just want to know if Farming Classics is getting planned for FS19. Is there a way to convert it over along with the bale trailer and 2 row corn planter. Cause I am on console. And want to do hay and straw bales. But tired of no small baler. Just a useless 4000 liter one. Hard to bale a half acre to acre field with a 4x4 round baler. You never get any bales to use or sell. I miss the half acre 55 bales I got on a first cut. Then almost 100 later on the second cut.

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