How To Use Global Company Part 26 – Oil Extraction Plant – Farming Simulator 19

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Tutorial on the basics of using the oil extraction plant.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. You state in this video that the factory takes the pallets from the agraz mods. It doesn't. Please could you clear this up.

  2. I have a global company sawmill and pallet factory, but this factory does not accept those pallets. They are named 'empty pallets'. I would therefore assume that there are other types of pallet. Perhaps you could clear this up. Which specific mod produces the pallets required by this mod?

  3. Would you help me? I already made soy oil now how do I sell it? in the game he tells me that it is to sell on the "site" but when I got there nothing happens.

  4. It could use some better balancing from the start… Did some quick google'ing and found out that you get around 0,7l of sunflower oil per 1kg of seeds. You can change the production ratios /percentage yourself to the 65-75 range in the xml file. Which should be a bit more realistic. 🙂

  5. The prices seemed really good for the oils, until you brought math into it. Curse you and your math, FarmerCop!!

    Probably still worth it. Store all the pallets and wait until a high demand comes along.

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