FOX FARMS – Map Tour – Farming Simulator 22


This is a map tour of a new mod map called Fox Farms.

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  1. My main gripe with this map is the Animal Dealer site, to drop stuff off you have to go round the back and there are no roads, so you are driving through a field, and then there is no room to move round. Also the AI's leave more of the field untouched than they work, suddenly pulling a u turn in the middle of a field to do the next row.

  2. I'm having an issue with the 3rd cow set and getting a trigger to load the milk. Am I missing something? The other 2 load just fine just not the one on the furthest end away from the main farm

  3. Great to see you back up and running. I would like to see a tutorial on CP with multiple combines. I still am having problems on how to set them up. Also awesome vids on map reveals.

  4. You were asking for video suggestions…I've been trying to copy my vehicles from a farm manager savegame on Elk Mountain to a New Farmer new gamesave, but just copying the vehicles.xml file to the new gamesave directory didn't work. I keep getting an error with the train for some reason, and I don't have any train mods installed. A tutorial on transferring vehicles between gamesaves would be very helpful. Elk Mountain's CJ says he is coming out with a map update in the future (no estimate), but it will require a new gamesave. Since many map updates require new gamesaves, being able to at least transfer vehicles would save a lot of time rebuilding. Just a suggestion. Thanks for considering!


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