FARMS AND FRIENDS! | Stardew Valley





FARMS AND FRIENDS! | Stardew Valley


Jack why dont you try this game again play some games
New Zealand simulator
UGHHHH
I never knew that you played thissss!
SCREEEEEEEEEEEEE
Yeah me brother is allergic to cats too
Living in Idaho I get the potatoe thing
I basically live on an abandoned farm 😂 That sounds terrifying but my great grandfather built it and he used to farm in it but now we just sell the farming portion of our land to a nearby farmer instead 😁
Super late but DONT GO TO JOJA THE STUFF THEY SELL IS WAY MORE EXPENSIVE
when you're so progressed in a game it hurts to watch other people play it badly, anyone else?
who saw this video and waited months for the next episode.
Why doesn’t he wear his mums hat anymore
More.. MORE!!
Please jack. I loves this so much don't just leave it like this. It has so much depth
Ilove the Game
Continue pls
If you start again and you're still at the beginning, I'd totally give you food the survive
"this game is really awesome and i hope to play it more"

literally doesn't ever play it again
Your small amount of knowledge is irritating... calling Pierre’s “the saloon” is wrong 😂 the saloon sells beer and food! And don’t you DARE buy things from JojaMart... they’re the devil. Just a much more expensive version of Pierre’s, don’t bother. Not only that, it’s further away. Just don’t. Morris is a scam in himself, not just his company, him. JojaCola is literally considered trash in this game.
NEVER BUY FROM JOJA MART! PIERRE'S IS BETTER!
what if the famine happens with the potatoes
The fact you're buying your stuff from Joja Mart is killing me Jack... they're somehow more expensive than Pierre, and you moved to Pelican Town to get away from them!!! Also please keep making these videos, they're fun!!


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Agro Space


Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".