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Found 37 results

  1. Big Cow Pasture

    From the album Brummie Farmer

    Big Cow Pasture on The Valley The Old Farm map by Blacksheep Modding
  2. First look of the new The Valley The Old Farm map by Blacksheep Modding for Farming Simulator 2017 .
  3. Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer First look of the new The Valley The Old Farm map by Blacksheep Modding for Farming Simulator 2017 . {title }Blacksheep Modding Game version Star rating5 Log ErrorsNo Download Link http://farming-simulator.com/mod.php?lang=en&country=us&mod_id=94266&title=fs2017 Mod or Map FeaturesChopped straw Seasons Mod Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery A mixture of small and large fields, 92 in total. The map looks really good and i had 60 fps except around the forest area, but that is expected with the amount of trees. May be a good map for multiplayer as it has 4 separate farms. View full article
  4. Sussex Farm From The Air

    From the album Brummie Farmer

    Image of Sussex Farm from the air...
  5. Hey guys... Episode 2 of Let's Play Sussex Farm on youtube if anyone wants to watch...
  6. Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Hey guys... Episode 2 of Let's Play Sussex Farm on youtube if anyone wants to watch... {title }ALiEN JiM Game version Star rating0 Log ErrorsNo Download Link http://farming-simulator.com/mod.php?lang=en&country=us&mod_id=90627&title=fs2017 Mod or Map Features Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  7. Sussex Farm Let's Play

    Hey guys, just started a new let's play series on Sussex Farm... Go check it out...
  8. Sussex Farm Let's Play

    Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Hey guys, just started a new let's play series on Sussex Farm... Go check it out... {title }ALiEN JiM Game version Star rating0 Log ErrorsNo Download Link http://farming-simulator.com/mod.php?lang=en&country=us&mod_id=90627&title=fs2017 Mod or Map Features Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  9. Sussex Farm | First Look

    Hi Guys, Just uploaded a first look video of sussex farm, a really nice looking British map...
  10. Sussex Farm | First Look

    Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Hi Guys, Just uploaded a first look video of sussex farm, a really nice looking British map... {title }ALiEN JiM Game version Star rating0 Log ErrorsNo Download Link http://farming-simulator.com/mod.php?lang=en&country=us&mod_id=90627&title=fs2017 Mod or Map Features Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  11. Live stream tonight

    Hello I am going to be live stream on origon springs pc-sg server tonight. Time 20,00 +2 gtm time 19,00 uk time hope to see you all there ?
  12. Last live stream :-)

    Hello here is the live stream fore you all to se. Last saturday we hade so much fun and I think meny of you wold like to be part of our PC-SG live stream. You dont need to be in the stream just whatsing and have fun with us. Have fun whatsing this video. BRG Ice https://youtu.be/bmy9MSQbWic
  13. Hoff Bergman Reloaded

    The new version of Hof Bergman is a fantastic addition to the original map. Now called Hof Bergman Reloaded it's packed with new stuff. Unofficial download will save you 7 hours but equipment pack not included and is of course not big or clever.
  14. Cornbelt - How Things Work - Refinery

    Episode 2 of mini tutorial series on Cornbelt... How to use Oil wells and Refinery...
  15. Cornbelt - How Things Work - Refinery

    Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Episode 2 of mini tutorial series on Cornbelt... How to use Oil wells and Refinery... {title } Game version Star rating0 Log Errors Mod or Map Features Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  16. Hey Guys... After a few requests from subs i have started a mini tutorial series on how to get cornbelt up and running... First episode is the seed factory...
  17. Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Hey Guys... After a few requests from subs i have started a mini tutorial series on how to get cornbelt up and running... First episode is the seed factory... {title } Game version Star rating0 Log Errors Mod or Map Features Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  18. GPS Mod Tutorial

    Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Just made a little tutorial on GPS Mod if anyone need help using it... {title } Game version Star rating0 Log Errors Mod or Map Features,/strong> Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  19. GPS Mod Tutorial

    Just made a little tutorial on GPS Mod if anyone need help using it...
  20. How to get Lely Juno 100 working correctly

    Article or Review Author Brummie Farmer Hi guys... Just made a short video showing how to get Lely Juno 100 working correctly... {title } Game version Star rating0 Log Errors Mod or Map Features,/strong> Required mods Suggested mods Pros Cons Summery View full article
  21. How to get Lely Juno 100 working correctly

    Hi guys... Just made a short video showing how to get Lely Juno 100 working correctly...
  22. Day Two

    Day Two On the second day spring, I awoke to a torrential down pour again. The temperature was a chilly 41*F which really makes you think twice about rolling out of bed. There were commitments made to people who look to you for many different things. I rolled out of bed and headed for the kitchen for some coffee and maybe a little breakfast. I was reading the morning paper when I heard a truck approaching the farm house. I set the paper down, rose and walked to front porch. As I reached the front steps of the porch a elderly gentleman had his hand stuck and stating his name was John Darling and he owned the farm towards the north. Introductions complete, I offered him some coffee. Declining, Mr Darling went straight to point. I am getting old he said. I have no family to leave this little bit land I have. Not wanting to see the land sold for a mall or a beauty shop, he had a deal for me. Hearing Mr. Darling offer I was a bit confused as to why he came to see me. Stating he once had the same offer when he was a young farmer. The deal was I would take possession of the farm land with two heads of cattle(one heifer,one bull), some buildings and a milking area. The cost of this would be that I maintain the land and buildings till the time of my retirement, at that time I will find a local young farmer beginning his journey into farming. I shook the mans hand, promising to pay forward the offer at the end of my time. The rain not letting up, the wind still howling I knew work still had to be done. Saying good bye to Mr. Darling as he headed for his truck I was heading for mine. Backing out of the driveway and heading towards the garage, I noticed that the fields are holding up to all this rain. Pulling up to were the New Holland 8340 is stored, parked the truck under the shed. For being an older tractor the 8340 fired up on the first turn of turn of the key. Pulling out of the shed i noticed how horrendous the yard was becoming. The rain, if doesn't stop soon I will have to some major work when the yard does dry out. I backed the tractor and attached a flat bed to haul some bales. Normally I would not haul let alone drive in this type of weather but I now have cattle to care for. Arriving at the store the weather was easing up and I was able to load the bales, cover them and head to the new dairy farm. By the time I arrived the sun was out, the ground will still need a few days to dry out. Unloading the bales into the feed troughs and adding water the two cows should be good for a couple of days. Coming up on lunch I decided to head for house for some food. After finishing my meal I climb into my truck and heading to field 17. When I arrived I found the T-6 New Holland with the fertilizer sprayer. Climb in and headed to the field. Spent a few minutes setting up the GPS, which was much easier this time around. Sitting back in the drivers seat I really was able to take in the beauty of the land. Finished with fertilizing I head to the wash station to clean up and put the T-6 away. Looking at my watch I realized I have a lot of time left in the day. Time to seed I said to myself. Finding the T-7 where I left it, I unhooked the plow and fired her up.Revving the engine I pulled forward the mud and headed to find the seeder. Backed in and attached , full of seeds I headed to the field to finishing the planting some wheat. For some reason the GPS went awry, fixing this problem took longer than expected. Watched the sunset then the moon-rise from the cab of T-7. Another long day is finished as I headed off the field to wash station. Cleaned up the tractor and put her away for the night, I was ready for supper and then off to bed. I now have wheat planted, 2 cows and a plan on what to do next. Field 18 of course, will be planted with some more wheat. I am keeping a close eye on the cattle prices, will buy a hundred head when the price is right. Well I am off to bed. Another boring video with no commentary, maybe one day I will be brave and talk. LOL
  23. Day One

    Day One Well, I awoke to pouring down rain and a low of 37 degrees here on the Churn. I decided to visit the local dealership to see if I could exchange some equipment. I returned most of it and bought a new T7 Heavy Duty New Holland. After all the equipment was sorted, I decided to drive by a local livestock seller to see if they had any animals for sale and for how much. They had quite a selection of animals to choose from. Pigs started out at over $3k, Sheep were $4,500 and cows $5k. Those animals must have been made of gold! It is now 10am and the rain has let up and the sun is out. I fired up the brand new T7, anxious to hear the low rumble of this fresh-out-of-the-box New Holland T7 Heavy Duty. Boy, she did not disappoint. I backed it up to the Jympa Sj- 9sr and was ready to head to Field 17. The rain sure did come down in the night; in some places, the mud is hip deep. As I reached the field, I noticed the results of the hard work we put into the drainage -- all but for a few spots the field were still in good shape. Now, I can't drive in straight line to save my life so, as a perk, I had the dealership install the latest and greatest in GPS technology for me. Of course, silly me, I still programmed the wrong path that needed to be plowed. So I had to take time out to reprogram the GPS to the correct path. Near 6pm, 3/4 of the field is done so I just need to put the finishing touches on the headland. The ground temp is good to plant all crops except corn and soy beans. I plan on purchasing and raising dairy cows (fresh milk is always a blessing!), so this doesn't concern me overmuch as I don't need either corn or soy bean crops for the ration mixture I plan on using. Who knows, I may craving a T-bone one day, ha! The day is nearly gone, the sun is already setting, and I'm still out on the field. As an independent farmer, I don't have the disposable income to hire help yet but I'm planning for that day. Thank goodness for the GPS! I had to finish the last rows of the headland in the dark, I will have to look the field over morning and plow any spots missed. I pulled off the at 9pm and headed to the washing station to clean this beauty up. After that, I am heading for some supper and the bed myself! See y'all in the morning! James (boring video, no audio)
  24. Newbie Farm V3 Seasons Ready

    Version 3.0.0

    113 downloads

    As a young teen your dad noticed your lack of interest in farming and at the age of 18 after an intense argument you moved into the city. Several years passed since you last spoke to your dad, but one night you received a call saying your dad was on his death bed and was asking for you. Out of respect you went only to find out your dad wanted you to take your rightful place at the farm. In short your dad wanted to make sure the farm remained in the family and he didn't care how you did that as long as the farm wasn't sold or lost. Little did you know how bad the farm had been hit with financial issue's both with the bank and the lack of funds available. Looking through the logs you found over the last 3 years almost every field and most of the equipment had been sold to cover the ever growing debt. What's more you found a notice from the bank stating you had One year to pay off the debt or the farm and all the equipment would be repossessed and sold at auction. Looking further through the logs you found a sealed letter addressed to you, it was clearly old. With your eye's filled with tears as you continued to read turning to the second page you decide you owe it to yourself and your dad to make sure the farm remains in your families name. Its been 6 years since you took over the farm and through most of those 6 years you was just about keeping things together unfortunately many farms around the area began to close, sold off and turned into all sorts of things. You was determined not to let this farm suffer the same fate, and after 4 years of struggling you managed to appease the bank and you have been on good terms with them since. Last year your dad's friend approached you with an offer of 50 dairy cows. You hadn't been interested in a dairy farm, but you remember how much your dad loved the cows he had and the farm had almost everything in place already to see to the cows needs it was a no brainer and the bank was more than happy to loan you the money. Newbie farm feature all animals zones based around 1 farm, with 27 fields all varying in size and shapes and a mass amount of forestry area's of which there are over 13000 tree's more than enough to cater for the hardcore loggers out there. For those who love the concept and challenge behind the seasons mod you will be happy to know this map is now seasons ready.
  25. Newbie Farm V3 Seasons Ready

    View File Newbie Farm V3 Seasons Ready As a young teen your dad noticed your lack of interest in farming and at the age of 18 after an intense argument you moved into the city. Several years passed since you last spoke to your dad, but one night you received a call saying your dad was on his death bed and was asking for you. Out of respect you went only to find out your dad wanted you to take your rightful place at the farm. In short your dad wanted to make sure the farm remained in the family and he didn't care how you did that as long as the farm wasn't sold or lost. Little did you know how bad the farm had been hit with financial issue's both with the bank and the lack of funds available. Looking through the logs you found over the last 3 years almost every field and most of the equipment had been sold to cover the ever growing debt. What's more you found a notice from the bank stating you had One year to pay off the debt or the farm and all the equipment would be repossessed and sold at auction. Looking further through the logs you found a sealed letter addressed to you, it was clearly old. With your eye's filled with tears as you continued to read turning to the second page you decide you owe it to yourself and your dad to make sure the farm remains in your families name. Its been 6 years since you took over the farm and through most of those 6 years you was just about keeping things together unfortunately many farms around the area began to close, sold off and turned into all sorts of things. You was determined not to let this farm suffer the same fate, and after 4 years of struggling you managed to appease the bank and you have been on good terms with them since. Last year your dad's friend approached you with an offer of 50 dairy cows. You hadn't been interested in a dairy farm, but you remember how much your dad loved the cows he had and the farm had almost everything in place already to see to the cows needs it was a no brainer and the bank was more than happy to loan you the money. Newbie farm feature all animals zones based around 1 farm, with 27 fields all varying in size and shapes and a mass amount of forestry area's of which there are over 13000 tree's more than enough to cater for the hardcore loggers out there. For those who love the concept and challenge behind the seasons mod you will be happy to know this map is now seasons ready. Submitter Cavalier Roy Submitted 13/08/17 Category Maps Credits * Luke159 * Giants * FS-UK * Silvio-Smoke * FarmerYip * Decker * sandgroper * MultiMikie123 * akuenzi * Farmi * modelleicher * TwistedGA * nlinetec * ccs101 * Hoot * Marhu * MrMrfiks * Funky * JohnDeere1952 * Dorset * Locke_SB * NLD Farmers A big thank you to all listed bellow for helping test. * Karla * Kevin.P * Frito * Iain Robson * Rambo * Zombie * Marty * MrMrfiks * Drako * Bipola Prophit * Moondog * Farmer Dad * Zig Zag Mod Author Cavalier Roy Features 1 Farm Cows, sheep, chickens and pigs Mixture of sell points spread around the map Forestry Seasons ready (includes snow mask)  
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