Farming Simulator 15 - How to feed your cows





Farming Simulator 15 - How to feed your cows


Hey thanks for the advice for this cause I have cattle and i have well over a hundred now and I really appreciate it
Wounder if i wanna do both 4 cows
I just bought a freakin' cow without any of this equipment, is that bad?
we both love cows
Thank you! For all your videos. I learn alot from each one
This is not related but.. could you do a tutorial about how to install animation map trigger for maps which have gates and door.. i downloaded the Animation Map Trigger mod but it doesnt work.. i dont get any prompts when i go to the doors or gates.. I could really use your help!
do you play on pc
How do you put the food in the paddock to feed them mate 🤬
Great videos! I also learned that you can use a pick up trailer for straw/hay for the cows bedding material. It will load them up for the max 6 days pretty quick.
I love this vids, but I'm sick and just a snicker bar. Bad idea, especially because I forgot there was caramel in it and I have braces
I enjoyed your tutorial. You were commenting about 24 minutes in on real life farming and the US farmers not using so much equipment. I grew up in farm country and worked baling hay and straw starting around 12 users old.

Yes, hat is cut grass but the different types of grass determinethe quality and value of the hay. Alfalfa and clover for example are good quality horse hay. Regular grass hay is just cheapo cow feed.

As far as drying goes, nobody buys machines to turn the hay. They just let the cut hay lay for 3 days to dry. The farmers plot schedules to do a field one day, then another field the next. Then a third the following day. Then they bale field #1 while cutting field #4. And just repeatthe process all summer long, praying like crazy that it doesn't rain on their cuts.

Baling involves one flat bale baler hooked to the tractor with a flat wagon hooked to the baler. The farmer drives the tractor, the baler makes the bale and sends it up a ramp to us guys (1 or 2) standing on the rolling flat wagon. We would grab and carry the bales to the rear of the wagon and start stacking in an alternating pattern, 5 per tier, 4 high, then 4 on top. Then forward until the wagon was full. About 125-130 bales per wagon. Then off to the side of the field to drop and switch wagons and start all over. Ending the day with a long wagon train of 5 or 6 full wagons rolling back to the barns where we unloaded it all.
You know you can use the second green tractor
I wish I could join but I have Xbox
so Im doing good with my cows but as you know you need straw and hay then bale it is there a place where you can just store straw and hay thats not baled?
great video got me some cows 150 of them and doing great with the feeding, I was wondering, im on ps3 is there a limit to how many tractors/implements you can own it told me to sell some stuff so i had room
great video you stated this is your test farm how did you get the money that high
Thanks man lol you saved me a headache
The bale fork is used for round bales as well cause at the farm I go to we use a bail fork to put bales in the straw chopper all the time
Honestly, I just farmed wheat until I could afford a scorpion and the buffalo, then I planted Fur trees by the lumber yard. You make 50k a tree on average and once you get good at using the scorpion, cut logs 8m long. Then I purchased the big Field and saved up for windmills. Then while you log increase time to ×120. You make 4k every windmill you have every 30 seconds. With more windmills you make more money. I don't even waste time farming fields or cows. Lol I may get into it for something to do but I have a fat bank account now. Can do whatever.
Do u need to use mixed ration to produce milk and sell it cus I've done everything else


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