Farm Town

wooh

Well-Known Member
#82
Special thanks to Larinda, earned myself a big bunch of coin (well a bunch for a beginner) by watering her flowers. So pretty!
So is there a link or something to go see Sam's farm?
 

Nybz

New Member
#83
Special thanks to Larinda, earned myself a big bunch of coin (well a bunch for a beginner) by watering her flowers. So pretty!
So is there a link or something to go see Sam's farm?
If you are around in the morning you can get your self some more coins if you want to harvest my farm :D

I'm also having trouble adding anyone as a neighbor... friends on fb yes, neighbor no...
 

danceronice

Well-Known Member
#84
I created a farm and basically abandoned it in favor of the first facebook ap that's truly addicted me. I WORK at a zoo, fer cripe's sake, why do I then spend all night playing MyZoo?!?
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#85
Special thanks to Larinda, earned myself a big bunch of coin (well a bunch for a beginner) by watering her flowers. So pretty!
So is there a link or something to go see Sam's farm?
i have one on my facebook page, I believe. and if you click on your "my neighbors" section, you can see the people who are your FB friends but *not* your FT neighbors, and you can click on their names to go to their farms.
 

wooh

Well-Known Member
#89
So about 6:45-7:30 EST, I'll have a BUNCH of crops ready to harvest for anyone wanting to make some coins. They're not the super profitable ones, but not too bad, and there's a LOT of them. Would love to help DFers first (since a few DFers have been very nice to me!)
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#90
there is a very active thread on the FT forum that "tree huggers" (people who can be trusted not to harvest trees) check for jobs all the time...cracks me up that this thread could evolve to something similar for DFers
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#94
nothing inherently bad, but farmies who have been around for a bit often stop harvesting them to keep the fruit on for the color. they don't really need to harvest them for money, and they become very protective (some near to hysteria...) about their fruit.

tree huggers usually add "TH" to their name to offer recognition to those seeking a level of security that their fruit is safe from that harvester.
 

wooh

Well-Known Member
#96
You've also got the "no beggars" people that are tacking their names with "NB" or "NBP" or "NBA" or something. I just make sure not to beg or get beggars to harvest for me.
Peaches, you need to get DH to make his own farm! Another neighbor! I got all excited today when Lucy neighbored me, that would have been 10 and I could hire people to plow if I wanted. Then noticed I didn't get the trophy, and one of my neighbors has apparently dropped FarmTown, so still at 9.:( So I might be making my husband a facebook account.... :)
 
#99
You've also got the "no beggars" people that are tacking their names with "NB" or "NBP" or "NBA" or something. I just make sure not to beg or get beggars to harvest for me.
Peaches, you need to get DH to make his own farm! Another neighbor! I got all excited today when Lucy neighbored me, that would have been 10 and I could hire people to plow if I wanted. Then noticed I didn't get the trophy, and one of my neighbors has apparently dropped FarmTown, so still at 9.:( So I might be making my husband a facebook account.... :)
I'm not totally convinced hiring to plow is really worth it. As sam and I found out, it's great for the farmer who did the hiring but slave labor for the plower. IMHO, you need neighbors who are willing to plow for each other to keep it fair.
 

wooh

Well-Known Member
I'm not totally convinced hiring to plow is really worth it. As sam and I found out, it's great for the farmer who did the hiring but slave labor for the plower. IMHO, you need neighbors who are willing to plow for each other to keep it fair.
I actually like to plow for others. It's a fast way to get your exp points up. (As evidenced by my meteoric rise.:))
 

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