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Download and Install Farming Simulator 14 APK iOS: Step by Step Instructions and Tips


Farming Simulator 14 APK IOS: A Review




If you have ever dreamed of becoming a farmer but you don't have the time or space to do it in real life, then Farming Simulator 14 might be the game for you. Farming Simulator 14 is a farming simulation game that lets you take control of your own farm and its fields, using realistic vehicles and equipment from real agricultural manufacturers. You can plant, harvest, and sell crops, as well as raise livestock, such as cows and sheep. You can also play with a friend in local multiplayer mode, using WiFi or Bluetooth. Farming Simulator 14 is available for Android, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita, and Windows Phone devices. In this article, we will review the features, tips and tricks, pros and cons, and conclusion of Farming Simulator 14 for mobile devices.




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Features of Farming Simulator 14




Graphics and gameplay




Farming Simulator 14 has improved graphics and user interface compared to its predecessor, Farming Simulator 2012. The game has a new highly detailed 3D graphics engine that makes the vehicles, equipment, crops, animals, and environment look more realistic and immersive. The game also has a slick user interface that makes it easy to access the menu, map, shop, settings, and other options. The game runs smoothly on most devices, although some older models may experience lag or crashes.


The gameplay of Farming Simulator 14 is similar to other farming simulation games. You start with a small farm with a few fields and machines. You can choose from three different crops to grow: wheat, canola, or corn. You have to cultivate the soil, sow the seeds, fertilize the plants, harvest the crops, and sell them at the market or at different locations in the town. You can also mow grass, tedder and windrow it to create hay bales to feed to your cows, then sell their milk at the dairy. You can also make money by selling grass or chaff at the biogas plant. You can hire computer-controlled assistants to help you with your work, but they will cost you some money.


Vehicles and equipment




Farming Simulator 14 gives you double the number of farm machines to control compared to Farming Simulator 2012. You can use over 20 different vehicles and equipment from real agricultural manufacturers, such as Case IH, Deutz-Fahr, Lamborghini, Kuhn, Amazone, and Krone. You can drive tractors, harvesters, trailers, plows, cultivators, seeders, sprayers, mowers, tedders, windrowers, balers, loaders, forage harvesters, forage wagons, slurry tanks, manure spreaders, and more. You can also buy new vehicles and equipment from the shop using your earned money or coins that you can purchase with real money.


Crops and livestockCrops and livestock




As mentioned before, you can grow three types of crops in Farming Simulator 14: wheat, canola, and corn. Each crop has its own advantages and disadvantages. Wheat is the cheapest to plant and harvest, but also sells for the lowest price. Canola is more expensive to plant and harvest, but also sells for a higher price. Corn is the most expensive to plant and harvest, but also has the most uses. You can sell corn as a crop, or use it to make chaff with a forage harvester. Chaff can be sold at the biogas plant, or used to make silage in a silo. Silage can be sold at the biogas plant, or used to feed your cows.


Speaking of cows, they are the only type of livestock you can raise in Farming Simulator 14. You can buy cows from the shop, and they will be delivered to your cow pasture. Cows need to be fed with hay bales or total mixed ration (TMR) to produce milk. Hay bales can be made from grass or straw, and TMR can be made from hay, straw, and silage in a feeding wagon. Milk is automatically sold every day at midnight, and you will receive money based on the quantity and quality of your milk. Cows also produce manure, which can be collected with a loader and a bucket, and used as fertilizer for your fields.


Tips and tricks for Farming Simulator 14




How to start your farming career




If you are new to Farming Simulator 14, you might want to follow these steps to get started with your farming career:


  • Choose a map and a difficulty level. There are two maps available: Westbridge Hills and Bjornholm. Westbridge Hills is a more American-style map, with large fields and open spaces. Bjornholm is a more European-style map, with smaller fields and more hills. The difficulty level affects the prices of crops, vehicles, equipment, and land.



  • Get familiar with the controls and the user interface. You can use the virtual joystick or the tilt sensor to steer your vehicle. You can also use the buttons on the right side of the screen to accelerate, brake, reverse, attach/detach equipment, activate/deactivate equipment, switch camera views, open/close the menu, open/close the map, open/close the shop, open/close the settings, and hire/fire assistants. You can also tap on the icons on the top of the screen to see your money, coins, time, date, weather, crop prices, vehicle status, field status, animal status, and biogas plant status.



  • Start with wheat. Wheat is the easiest crop to grow and harvest in Farming Simulator 14. You will need a tractor, a cultivator, a seeder, a harvester, and a trailer. First, cultivate your field with the cultivator to prepare the soil for sowing. Then, sow wheat seeds with the seeder. Wait for the wheat to grow (you can speed up the time in the settings). When the wheat is ready to harvest (it will turn yellow), use the harvester to cut it and collect it in the trailer. Then, drive the trailer to one of the selling points (marked with green icons on the map) and unload it there to get money.



  • Expand your farm. As you earn money from selling crops, you can buy new vehicles and equipment from the shop. You can also buy new fields from the real estate agency (marked with blue icons on the map). The more fields you have, the more crops you can grow and sell.



How to make money and expand your farm




Once you have mastered the basics of farming, you can try to make more money and expand your farm by following these tips:


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  • Grow different crops. Wheat is not the only crop you can grow in Farming Simulator 14. You can also grow canola and corn, which sell for higher prices than wheat. However, they also require more investment and work. You will need a different seeder for canola and corn, and a different harvester for corn. You will also need to fertilize your fields with a sprayer or a manure spreader to increase the yield and quality of your crops.



  • Raise cows. Cows are a great source of income in Farming Simulator 14. They produce milk every day, which is automatically sold at midnight. They also produce manure, which can be used as fertilizer or sold at the biogas plant. To raise cows, you will need to buy them from the shop, feed them with hay bales or TMR, and collect their manure with a loader and a bucket.



Use the biogas plant. The biogas plant is a facility that converts organic waste into biogas and digestate. Biogas can be sold for electricity, and digestate can be used as fertilizer. You can sell grass, chaff, or silage at the biogas plant, and collect biogas and digestate from the tanks. The biogas plant pays more than other selling points, but it also has limited cap


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