Please share it to me or perhaps to the Hubbers who happens to play this game with gusto...
Lock your farmer in one corner of the field with hay bales.This will speed up the harvesting ploughing and seeding time(almost as quick as tractor,harvester) and also u can harvest animals and trees quickly.Secondly,whenever you adopt an animal dont place the animal on the field as soon as you adopt it.By doing this more 7 people can adopt the same animal because once you place an animal on field it gets locked for others.Third trick is for quick XP points buy and sell hay bales.You can improve your Xp at rapid rate.I hope that helps.Happy Farming.
start of with strawberries, when you make a bit of money, go for the squach, then artichokes , and move up, invite friens, cause you will get new gifts every day from them.
work out the financial gain in the crops (and experience points)...add lots of friends...expand your farm...adopt those stray cows and odd ducklings...and keep growing the crop as many times a day as possible...it's almost as addicting as hubpages! Add fruit trees and animals. They have short harvest times, but give back in coins. Also, visit your friends' farms..the more you visit, the more $$ you earn plus experience points to boost yourself up. Look me up.... lol
have you tried My Zoo??? lol
I don't like Farmville...xD Go with Country Story...I wrote something about it and facebook apps since this is on the subject.
Country Story for the win!
Thank you guys for the splendid tips hehehe...
@arunjani I'm doing the trapping and it works well for me nyahahah... I do the haybalesbut not with the animal adoption wow nice tricks you have there...
Anymore tips please hehehe Farmville is a worldwide phenomenon so as to speak and I need to level up as fast as possible to get level with my colleagues...
your welcome and i will surely keep you updated on farmville tricks and trips
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