SUMMER MULCHING AND HARVEST | Farming Simulator 22 – Haut-Beyleron | Episode 8


Welcome back to my very first Farming Simulator 22 let’s play on Haut-Beyleron

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This was sent to me by Giants Software in return for my let’s plays ( I am not being paid by the company to produce them)
Please note this is an early access copy and the game is likely to change/be patched prior to release.

Music by Epidemic Sound



  1. I tend to play on the American Maps for Farm Simulator, but the Starter Farms for the American Map in this game, as well as the Equipment Yard, is just so small. This map seems to offer pretty good stuff to start you out with.

  2. First simulation I've played. yr videos help alot. But how do have smaller pallets for your strawberries so you can hand load them ? I have to use the fork attachment. Any help would be appreciated. Thx.

  3. Discovered your channel last night by searching for the game,fingers crossed I will be recieving the game from Santa this year 🤞 and you have me totally hyped,sat and watched the first 8 eps last night of your 22 playthrough and I'm hooked,great job 👍

  4. if they would fix they crazy sensitivity issues when using an xbox controller on PC, that would be great. Ive jack knifed and flipped my little truck and trailer so many times now lol

  5. hey mate, here's a tip for mowing, spraying, or harvesting for that matter… when you have a field that needs to be covered completely, you can work the field by creating headlands for turning by going around the field twice (so circling the field while mowing or spraying whatever. this gives you enough room for turning around in the field on the up and down runs that remain.

    if that makes sense

  6. Can’t you put trem lines or mark your fields with posts so that when you fertilising you know where to start and then you definitely do minimal crop damage and don’t have to fertilise double if you miss


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