Farming Classics

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by Drmattymd » Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:27 pm

Maybe you need to face reality and realize that we're almost in the year 2020 not 1920. If the game isnt what you want then dont play it, but dont expect Giants to do what you want just because you want it. And just because its not the way you want it doesnt mean its unplayable
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Re: Farming Classics

Post by LawnBoyDude91 » Wed May 01, 2019 4:23 pm

And you need to face that a lot of real life farms utilize older equipment. Plus the most downloaded mods were all older equipment. As there are a lot of farms and farm enthusiast who own and use older equipment that is more cost effective vs a quarter mil tractor or combine that will only pay for itself if you gave a 50 man 50,000 acre farm. Which in the the northeastern us and in europe. Many farmers run older smaller equipment as the need and use for a large 350-450 bushel combine isn't as practical as a 125-180 bushel combine. Same with the large balers. They are only practical for alfalfa baling or on 12-50 acre fields where you can fetch 30-100 large bales. And can sell them at 400 dollars a pop. And have sellers lined up to offload them all. Otherwise the conventional baler is still the king of baler needs.

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Re: Farming Classics

Post by Skullblits » Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:18 am

might I remind people to please remain civil. Thanks
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