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Country Life Facebook Game

Updated on August 23, 2017

A Free Guide for the Country Life Facebook Farm Simulation Game

This is my Country Life Facebook Game Guide: a great source of information about Country Life Seeds, Country Life Animals, Country Life Buildings, Country Life Gear, Country Life Trees, Country Life Achievements and Ribbons, and so much more!

The free Country Life game on Facebook.com is comparable to Farmville, but provides unique challenges and has more practical game play. In Country Life, you plow land, plant crops, and bring them to harvest. However, instead of simply harvesting crops for coins, you can choose to use those crops to produce more lucrative products using Country Life animals, gear, and buildings. Build functional greenhouses, water wells, irrigation systems, and more Country Life buildings to promote better production on your Country Life Ranch.

I started this Country Life Game Guide because I had questions for which I could not find the answer for the Country Life Facebook Game. I am still playing and learning, but I am hoping that this lens will help fellow players answer any questions that they may have while playing this fantastic free game on Facebook.com.

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Begin Your Country Life Now!!

The beauty of Facebook games is that they are FREE. If you have a Facebook account, all you have to do is install the application to your account, and begin to play.

Here is a quick link to the application: Country Life on Facebook

Country Life Beginning Game Play
Country Life Beginning Game Play

Starting Game Play

Starting play begins on a relatively open plain which you will use to build your Country Life Ranch. The Key to Success in the Country Life Game is Neighbors. Neighbors are necessary to build and receive gifts. If you have friends that are already playing Country Life, this will be greatly beneficial to your Country Life game. Have a neighbor send you a Cheese Master Gear.

On your ranch, you will see 14 fully grown Wheat crops, 6 fully grown Clover crops, 6 partially grown Clover crops, and 6 empty plowed plots. You will also have a Holstein Cow Animal. Harvest the fully grown crops. Sell the wheat (from the Barn in the Country Life menu), feed the clover to the Holstein Cow to produce Milk. If you have a Cheese Master, use the Milk to Produce Cheese. Sell the Cheese. Now, use the Move tool to move all of the empty plowed plots to the upper right corner of the game area. Plant Clover in all of the Plot area. Then, plow a new plot and plant a Clover until all of your coins are gone. Important Note: Plow one plot and then Plant the Clover immediately to ensure that you will have enough coins to plant a Clover in each of the newly plowed Plots.

When you have done this, you will be well on your way to your new Country Life game. Come back to the game area in 4 hours, harvest crops, follow the production process, and repeat until you have generated greater profits to allow for a more diverse crops selection.

Country Life Menu
Country Life Menu

The Country Life Menu

Easily Navigate to Great Game Play

Use the tools provided on the Country Life menu to easily accomplish tasks in game.

Multi Tool: Use the Multi tool to accomplish many of the tasks and actions in the Country Life game. Planting seeds, feeding animals, harvesting crops, collecting products, etc. are accomplished with this tool. Unless there is a specific tool in the following, use the Multi tool to get the job done.

Plow Tool: Use the Plow tool to plow new plots. Country Life plots do not have to be re-plowed after harvesting (which is a nice feature compared to other similar games like Farmville). Take care to accurately place the new plots, but don't worry if a mistake is made as the Move tool can be used to make any necessary adjustments (it can just be frustrating waiting on the plot to be plowed in order to move it).

Move Tool: Use the Move tool to move plowed plots, planted seeds, fully grown crops, buildings, gear, animals, trees, etc.

Sell Tool: Use the Sell tool to delete items from the game screen. Some items can be sold for Country Life coins. To date, there is not a way to store unwanted items, so selling is the only way to remove unnecessary items from the game screen.

Barn: The Barn is your personal market center in the Country Life game. Once you have harvested crops, they will be added to the barn. Visit the barn and sell the crops or products that you wish. Be careful, selling is accomplished in one click, and if you sell a crop or product that you could use to produce a more lucrative item, those items will be gone.

Store: Visit the Store to see all of the great Country Life Seeds, Gear, Buildings, Animals, Ranch Expansions, etc. which are available for Country Life Coins and Ranch Cash.

Gifts: Find all of the Gifts you accept in the Gifts options on the Country Life menu.

Achievements: Find a list of the achievments that are available and the ones you have already earned.

Additional Neat Tools

Above the tools on the menu, there are some additional options for the Country Life gamer. From right to left on the game screen, they are as described in the following list.

Toggle Full Screen: Enter and exit the full screen game mode. This becomes increasingly helpful as the Ranch expands.

Toggle Visibility of Trees and Tall Buildings: Arranging Country Life Buildings and Gear can get cumbersome on newer, smaller ranches. The Country Life game accounts for this by allowing players the ability to hide trees and tall buildings like the Dutch Mill and Brick Mill to see/use items which may be hidden behind them.

Take a Picture: Snap a photo and share it on your Facebook wall. Show your friends how your doing out on the Ranch.

Zoom In: Get a closer look by using the Zoom out option.

Zoom Out: Zoom out to see more of your Ranch and make it easy to do the chores.

Country Life Currency and Experience

Coins, Ranch Cash, and XP Points

There are two forms of currency in Country Life: Coins and Ranch Cash. Coins are used and earned during normal game play. Use coins to plow plots and to purchase seeds, gear, buildins, and ranch expansions. Most animals can also be purchased with Country Life coins. However, some animals can only be purchased with Ranch Cash (RC). 1 RC is earned for each level up that a player achieves or it can be purchased with "real money" by selecting the "Add Ranch Cash" option from the tabs across the upper portion of the game play screen. Players will also have the opportunity to complete "Special Offers" to earn Ranch Cash.

Experience (XP) is gained by completing actions in game play. Plowing a field, planting a seed, or using a crop in a Country Life Gear or Production Building will result in the earning of a Countrly Life XP point. Gaining XP will result in the player leveling up. New seeds, gear, gifts, etc. become available to the player as they achieve new, higher levels.

Levels

Level 2 — 30 XP

Level 3 — 70 XP

Level 4 — 120 XP

Level 5 — 280 XP

Level 6 — 500 XP

Level 7 — 750 XP

Level 8 — 1,050 XP

Level 9 — 1,450 XP

Level 10 — 1,950 XP

Level 11 — 2,500 XP

Level 12 — 3,100 XP

Level 13 — 3,800 XP

Level 14 — 4,600 XP

Level 15 — 5,500 XP

Level 17 — 7,600 XP

Level 18 — 8,800 XP

Level 19 — 10,600 XP

Level 20 — 11,900 XP

Level 21 — 13,750 XP

Level 42 — 150,500 XP

Level 43 — 162,500 XP

Level 44 — 175,000 XP

Level 45 — 188,000 XP

Level 46 — 201,500 XP

Level 47 — 215,500 XP

Level 48 — 230,000 XP

Level 49 — 245,000 XP

Level 50 — 260,500 XP

Level 51 — 276,500 XP

Level 52 — 293,000 XP

Level 53 — 310,000 XP

Level 54 — 327,500 XP

Level 55 — 345,500 XP

Level 56 — 364,000 XP

Level 57 — 383,000 XP

Level 58 — 402,500 XP

Level 59 — 422,500 XP

Level 60 — 443,000 XP

Level 61 — 464,000 XP

Level 62 — 485,500 XP

Level 63 — 507,500 XP

Level 64 — 530,000 XP

Level 65 — 553,000 XP

Level 66 — 576,500 XP

Country Life Facebook Game Achievements
Country Life Facebook Game Achievements

Mattress Feeder Achievement

Mattress Feeder: Earned for Accumulating Country Life Coins

— Green Ribbon: Accumulate 5,000 Coins and get 25 XP and 250 OP

— Yellow Ribbon: Accumulate 35,000 Coins and get 175 XP and 1,500 OP

— White Ribbon: Accumulate 250,000 Coins and get 1,250 XP and 7,500 OP

— Red Ribbon: Accumulate 1,500,000 Coins and get 7,500 XP and 30,000,000 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Accumulate 10,000,000 Coins and get 50,000 XP and 90,000 OP

Villiage Socialite Achievement

Village Socialite: Earned for Gathering Country Life Neighbors

— Green Ribbon: Gather 1 Neighbor

— Yellow Ribbon: Gather 5 Neighbors and get 200 XP and 1,000 OP

— White Ribbon:

— Red Ribbon: Gather 50 Neighbors and get 3,000 XP and 15,000 OP

— Blue Ribbon:

Jamming Achievement

Jamming: Earned for Making Jars of Jam

— Green Ribbon: Make 25 jars of Jam and get 45 XP and 50 OP

— Yellow Ribbon: Make 150 jars of Jam and get 250 XP and 350 OP

— White Ribbon: Make 700 jars of Jam and get 1,275 XP and 1,500 OP

— Red Ribbon: Make 3,500 jars of Jam and get 4,500 XP and 7,500 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Make 15,000 jars of Jam and get 15,000 XP and 25,000 OP

Milky Way Explore Achievement

Milky Way Explorer: Earned for Collecting Milk Churns

— Green Ribbon: Collect 35 milk churns and get 30 XP and 40 OP

— Yellow Ribbon: Collect 250 milk churns and get 300 XP and 275 OP

— White Ribbon: Collect 1,500 milk churns and get 2,000 XP and 1,750 OP

— Red Ribbon: Collect 7,500 milk churns and get 9,000 XP and 10,000 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Collect 30,000 milk churns and get 35,000 XP and 45,000 OP

Flour Power Achievement

Flour Power: Earned for Grinding sacks of Wheat

— Green Ribbon: Grind 55 sacks of Wheat and get 50 XP and 50 OP

— Yellow Ribbon:

— White Ribbon: Grind 2,250 sacks of wheat and get 3,000 XP and 2,500 OP

— Red Ribbon: Grind 11,500 sacks of wheat and get 15,000 XP and 12,500 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Grind 45,000 sacks of wheat and get 50,000 XP and 50,000 OP

Orchard Odyssey Achievement

Orchard Odyssey: Earned for collecting from Country Life Trees

— Green Ribbon: Collect from 10 trees and get 10 XP and 45 OP

— Yellow Ribbon: Collect from 65 trees and get 70 XP and 285 OP

— White Ribbon: Collect from 375 trees and get 425 XP and 1,450 OP

— Red Ribbon: Collect from 1,875 trees and get 2,100 XP and 5,750 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Collect from 7,500 Trees and get 8,500 XP and 17,500 OP

Crust and Crumbs Achievement

Crust and Crumbs: Earned for Baking Loaves of Bread

— Green Ribbon: Bake 30 loaves of bread and get 65 XP and 125 OP

— Yellow Ribbon:

— White Ribbon:

— Red Ribbon: Bake 6,250 loaves of bread and get 13,750 XP and 11,500 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Bake 25,000 loaves of bread and get 55,000 XP and 35,000 OP

Corn Sweet Corn Achivement

Corn Sweet Corn: Earned for Harvesting Corn plots

— Green Ribbon: Harvest 90 Corn plants and get 35 XP and 70 OP

— Yellow Ribbon: Harvest 625 Corn Plants and get 250 XP and 400 OP

— White Ribbon: Harvest 3,750 Corn Plants and get 1,500 XP and 2,000 OP

— Red Ribbon: Harvest 18,750 Corn Plants and Get 7,500 XP and 8,500 OP

— Blue Ribbon: Harvest 75,000 Corn Plants and Get 30,000 XP and 25,000 OP

Clover

Clover: Cost 15 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 1

— Grow Time: 4 hours (normal plots), 3.4 hours / 204 minutes (irrigated plots), 2.4 hours / 144 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +5 Coins

— Animals: Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow, and/or the Montebeliarde Cow / Beehive

— Gear: Cheesemaster, Baker, Jam'r

— Products: Honey, Milk, Cheese, Bread, Jam

— Description: Clover can be harvested in 4h and sold for 20 coins generating a profit of 5 coins. However, Clover is a vital part of the production process for many additional more profitable Country Life items. The purchase of one or more Beehives (animals) will allow bees to pollinate the fully grown, unharvested Clover and produce Honey. Clover and Pollinated Clover can be harvested and fed to the Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow and/or the Montebeliarde Cow to produce Milk. Milk (by itself) can be used in the Cheeasemaster to produce Cheese. Milk can be used in the Baker to produce Bread, however, the production of Bread also requires Flour and Eggs.

Wheat

Wheat: Cost 35 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 3

— Grow Time: 12 hours (normal plots), 10.2 hours / 612 minutes (irrigated plots), 7.2 hours / 432 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +13 Coins

— Animals: Sheep

— Gear: Weaver, Baker

— Buildings: Dutch Mill, Brick Mill

— Products: Wool, Wool Sweater, Flour, Bread

— Description: Wheat can be harvested in 12 Hours and sold for 48 coins generating a profit of 13 coins. Wheat is the base crop for the further production of more profitable Country Life items. Wheat can be fed to Sheep to make Wool which can then be used in the Weaver to make Wool Sweaters, or Wheat can be used in the Dutch Mill or Brick Mill to make Flour which is needed for the Production of Bread in the Baker. However, the production of Bread also requires Eggs and Milk.

Corn

Corn: Cost 60 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 5

— Grow Time: 20 hours (normal plots), 17 hours / 1020 minutes (irrigated plots), 12 hours / 720 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +20 Coins

— Animals: Chicken

— Gear: Chicken Coop, Baker

— Buildings: Brick Mill

— Products: Eggs, Bread, Cornmeal

— Description: Corn can be harvested in 20h and sold for 80 coins generating a profit of 20 coins. Corn is the base crop for the production of Eggs. Harvested Corn is fed to Chickens in a Chicken coop to produce Eggs. Eggs can be used in the production of Bread. However the production of Bread also requires Milk and Flour. Corn may also be used in the production of Cornmeal Using the Brick Mill production building.

Tomatoes

Tomatoes: Cost 20 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 7

— Grow Time: 16 hours (normal plots), 13.6 hous / 816 minutes (irrigated plots), 9.6 hours / 576 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +17 Coins

— Gear: Ketchup Wiz

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Ketchup

— Description: Tomatoes can be harvested in 16h and sold for 37 coins generating a profit of 17 coins. Tomatoes can be used in the Ketchup Wiz to produce Ketchup.

Carrots

Carrots: Cost 75 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 8

— Grow Time: 8 hours (normal plots), 6.8 hours / 408 minutes (irrigated plots), 4.8 hours / 288 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +9 Coins

— Animals: Angora Rabbit

— Gear: Weaver, Cool Packer

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Angora Hair, Angora Sweater

— Description: Carrots can be harvested in 8h and sold for 84 coins generating a profit of 9 coins. Carrots can be fed to an Angora Rabbit to produce Angora Hair, and Angora Hair can be used in the Weaver gear to produce Angora Sweaters. Carrots can also be used in the Cool Packer to produce Packed Carrots.

Grapes

Grapes: Cost 105 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 10

— Grow Time: 10 hours (normal plots), 8.5 hours / 510 minutes (irrigated plots), 6 hours / 360 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +11 Coins

— Gear: Winemaker, Jam'r

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Wine, Grape Jam

— Description: Grapes can be harvested in 10h and sold for 116 Coins generating a profit of Coins. Grapes can also be used with Honey in the Jam'r Gear to produce Grape Jam or Grapes can be used alone in the Winemaker to produce Wine.

Blueberries

Blueberries: Cost 85 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 19

— Grow Time: 3 hours (normal plots), 2.55 hours / 153 minutes (irrigated plots), 1.8 hours / 108 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +6 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r, Pie Oh, My

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Blueberry Jam, Blueberry Pie

— Description: Blueberries can be harvested in 3h and sold for 91 Coins generating a profit of 6 Coins. Blueberries can also be used with Honey in the Jam'r Gear to produce Blueberry Jam or in the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Blueberry Pie.

Blackberries

Blackberries: Cost 125 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 23

— Grow Time: 6 hours (normal plots), 5.1 hours / 306 minutes (irrigated plots), 3.6 hours / 216 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +10 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Blackberry Jam

— Description: Blackberries can be harvested in 6h and sold for 135 Coins generating a profit of 10 Coins. Blackberries can also be used with Honey in the Jam'r Gear to produce Blackberry Jam.

Raspberries

Raspberries: Cost 95 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 27

— Grow Time: 5 hours (normal plots), 4.25 hours / 255 minutes (irrigated plots), 3 hours / 180 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +9 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Raspberry Jam

— Description: Raspberries can be harvested in 5h and sold for 104 Coins generating a profit of 9 Coins. Raspberries can also be used with Honey in the Jam'r Gear to produce Raspberry Jam.

Strawberries

Strawberries: Cost 185 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 29

— Grow Time: 9 hours (normal plots), 7.65 hours / 459 minutes (irrigated plots), 5.4 hours / 324 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +14 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r, Pie Oh, My

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Strawberry Jam, Strawberry Pie

— Description: Strawberries can be harvested in 9h and sold for 199 Coins generating a profit of 14 Coins. Strawberries can also be used with Honey in the Jam'r Gear to produce Strawberry Jam or in the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Strawberry Pie.

Potatoes

Potatoes: Cost 115 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 32

— Grow Time: 18 hours (normal plots), 15.3 hours / 918 minutes (irrigated plots), 10.8 hours / 648 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +20 Coins

— Gear: Cool Packer

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Packed Potatoes

— Description: Potatoes can be harvested in 18h and sold for 135 coins generating a profit of 20 coins. Potatoes can also be used in the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Potatoes.

Green Lettuce

Green Lettuce: Cost 160 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 35

— Grow Time: 8 hours (normal plots), 6.8 hours / 408 minutes (irrigated plots), 4.8 hours / 288 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +10 Coins

— Gear: Cool Packer

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Packed Lettuce

— Description: Green Lettuce can be harvested in 8h and sold for 170 coins generating a profit of 10 coins. Green Lettuce can be used in the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Lettuce.

Red Peppers

Red Peppers: Cost 225 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 39

— Grow Time: 14 hours (normal plots), 11.9 hours / 714 minutes (irrigated plots), 8.4 hours / 504 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +20 Coins

— Gear: Cool Packer

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Packed Peppers

— Description: Red Peppers can be harvested in 14h and sold for 245 coins generating a profit of 10 coins. Red Peppers can be used in the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Peppers.

Pumpkins

Pumpkins: Cost 260 Coins (+1 XP)

— Available: Level 45

— Grow Time: 15 hours (normal plots), 12.75 hours / 765 minutes (irrigated plots), 9 hours / 540 minutes (greenhouse)

— Profit: +22 Coins

— Animals: – – –

— Gear: Pie Oh, My

— Buildings: – – –

— Products: Pumpkin Pie

— Description: Pumpkins can be harvested in 15h and sold for 282 coins generating a profit of 22 coins. Updated January 4, 2011: Pumpkins can now be used in the Pie, Oh My gear to produce Pumpkin Pie.

Apple Tree

Apple Tree: Cost 415 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 2

— Grow Time: 16h

— Profit: +15 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r, Pie Oh, My

— Products: Apple Jam, Apple Pie

— Description: The Country Life Apple Tree can be harvested every 16h providing 1 Apples for every 1 Apple Tree harvested. Apples can be sold for 15 coins each for pure profit. 1 Apples can also be used with 1 Honey to produce Apple Jam in the Jam'r Gear. 1 Apples can also be used with 1 Honey, and 1 Wheat to produce Apple Pie in the Pie Oh, My Gear.

Cherry Tree

Cherry Tree: Cost 625 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 9

— Grow Time: 18h

— Profit: +20 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r

— Products: Cherry Jam

— Description: The Country Life Cherry Tree can be harvested every 18h providing 1 Cherries for every 1 Cherry Tree harvested. Cherries can be sold for 20 coins each for pure profit. 1 Cherries can also be used with 1 Honey to produce Cherry Jam.

Orange Tree

Orange Tree: Cost 850 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 17

— Grow Time: 20h

— Profit: +28 Coins

— Gear: Jam'r

— Products: Orange Jam

— Description: The Country Life Orange Tree can be harvested every 20h providing 1 Oranges for every 1 Orange Tree harvested. Oranges can be sold for 20 coins each for pure profit. 1 Oranges can also be used with 1 Honey to produce Orange Jam.

Country Life Banana Tree with Fully Grown Bananas
Country Life Banana Tree with Fully Grown Bananas

Banana Tree

Banana Tree: Cost 975 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 21

— Grow Time: 22h

— Profit: +35 Coins

— Gear: – – –

— Products: – – –

— Description: The Country Life Banana Tree can be harvested every 22h providing 1 Bananas for every 1 Banana Tree harvested. Bananas can be sold for 35 coins each for pure profit. At this time, I found no further use for harvested Bananas.

Country Life Grow Time Cheat Sheet

Beehive

Beehive: Cost 2,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 4)

— Size: 1 * 1.5 (plots)

— Base Crop: Clover

— Production: Honey in 30s (thirty seconds)

— Unharvested Clover is pollinated by the bees from the beehive. The bees then return to their hive to produce the Honey. The production time begins once the bees have returned to the hive with the required pollen. A single beehive can produce a maximum of 3 Honey Jars before the Honey must be collected to make room for further Honey production.

Holstein Cow

Holstein Cow: Cost 2,500 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 2

— Size: 2.5 * 3 (plots)

— Food: Clover

— Production: Milk in 1m (one minute)

— Clover must be harvested then fed to the Holstein Cow to produce Milk. The Holstein Cow feed bin can contain 3 Clover at a time. A single Holstein Cow can produce a maximum of 3 Milk before the Milk must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Chicken

Chicken: Cost 250 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 11

— Size: N/A Goes in Chicken Coop Gear

— Additional Requirements: Chickens must be placed in the Chicken Coop Gear.

— Food: Corn

— Production: Eggs can be produced using the Chicken Coop Gear in 2 m (two minutes).

— A maximum of 5 Chickens can be placed in one Chicken Coop. Corn must be harvested then fed to the Chickens in the Chicken Coop. The Chicken Coop feed bin can contain 3 Corn at a time. A single Chicken Coop can produce a maximum of 3 Eggs before the Eggs must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Sheep

Sheep: Cost 3,000 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 12

— Size: 2.5 * 3 (plots)

— Food: Wheat

— Production: Wool in 90s (ninety seconds)

— Wheat must be harvested then fed to the Sheep to produce the Wool. The Sheep feed bin can contain 3 Wheat at a time. A single Sheep can produce a maximum of 3 Wool before the Wool must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Angora Rabbit

Angora Rabbit: Cost 3,500 Coins or Free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 14

— Size: 2 * 2 (plots)

— Food: Carrots

— Production: Angora Hair in 90s (ninety seconds)

— Carrots must be harvested then fed to the Angora Rabbit to produce the Angora Hair. The Angora Rabbit feed bin can contain 3 Carrots at a time. A single Angora Rabbit can produce a maximum of 3 Angora Hair before the Angora Hair must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Starline Beehive - RC

Starline Beehive: Cost 15 RC (fifteen Ranch Cash)

— Base Crop: Clover

— Production: Honey in 20s (twenty seconds)

— Unharvested Clover is pollinated by the bees from the beehive. The bees then return to their hive to produce the Honey. The production time begins once the bees have returned to the hive with the required pollen. A single beehive can produce a maximum of 3 Honey Jars before the Honey must be collected to make room for further Honey production.

Ayshire Cow - RC

Ayrshire Cow: Cost 35 RC (thirty five Ranch Cash)

— Food: Clover

— Production: Milk in 40s (forty seconds)

— Clover must be harvested then fed to the Ayrshire Cow to produce Milk. The Ayrshire Cow feed bin can contain 3 Clover at a time. A single Ayrshire Cow can produce a maximum of 3 Milk before the Milk must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Montbeliarde Cow - RC

Montbeliarde Cow: Cost 55 RC (fifty five Ranch Cash)

— Food: Clover

— Production: Milk in 20s (twenty seconds)

— Clover must be harvested then fed to the Montbeliarde Cow to produce Milk. The Montbeliarde Cow feed bin can contain 3 Clover at a time. A single Montbeliarde Cow can produce a maximum of 3 Milk before the Milk must be collected to make room for further production. The feed bin must be refilled to continue production.

Country Life Chicken Coop Gear
Country Life Chicken Coop Gear

Chicken Coop

Chicken Coop: Cost 900 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 6

— Base Crop: Corn

— Additional Requirements: – – –

— Production: Eggs in 2m (two minutes).

Special Note: The addition of more Chickens to the Chicken Coop will increase the speed of Egg production. A Chicken Coop comes stocked with 1 Chicken. A maximum of 5 Chickens can be placed in each Chicken Coop. Additional Chickens can be purchased for 250 coins or acquired free by gift.

Country Life Cheesemaster Gear
Country Life Cheesemaster Gear

Cheesemaster

Cheese Master: Cost 4,500 Coins or free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 13

— Base Crop: Clover

— Additional Requirements: Milk from Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow, or Montbeliarde Cow

— Production: Cheese in 30s (thirty seconds).

Country Life Ketchup Wiz Gear
Country Life Ketchup Wiz Gear

Ketchup Wiz

Ketchup Wiz: Cost 3,000 Coins or free by Gift

— Available: Buy @ Level 16

— Base Crop: Tomatoes

— Additional Requirements: – – –

— Production: Ketchup in 45s (forty five seconds)

Winemaker

Winemaker: Cost 5,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 18

— Base Crop: Grapes

— Additional Requirements: – – –

— Production: Wine in 1m (one minute).

Country Life Jam'r Gear
Country Life Jam'r Gear

Jam'r

Jam'r: Cost 7,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 20

— Base Crop(s): Clover (Honey), Grapes, Apples, Oranges, Cherries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Rasberries, or Strawberries

— Additional Requirements: Honey from Bee Hive which requires fully grown Clover

— Production: Jam in 1m (one minute).

Country Life Baker Gear
Country Life Baker Gear

Baker

Baker: Cost 8,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 22

— Base Crops: Clover, Wheat, Corn

— Additional Requirements: Milk from Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow, or Montbeliarde Cow, Flour from Dutch Mill or Brick Mill, Eggs from Chicken Coop

— Production: Bread in 90s (ninety seconds)

Country Life Weaver Gear
Country Life Weaver Gear

Weaver

Weaver: Cost 10,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 24

— Base Crops: Wheat, Carrots

— Additional Requirements: Wool from Sheep, Angora Hair from Angora Rabbit

— Production: Sweaters in 1m (one minute)

Country Life Cool Packer Gear
Country Life Cool Packer Gear

Cool Packer

Cool Packer: Cost 12,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 28

— Base Crops: Carrots, Green Lettuce, Red Peppers, Potatoes

— Additional Requirements: – – –

— Production: Packed Products in 45s (forty five seconds)

Country Life Pie Oh, My Gaer
Country Life Pie Oh, My Gaer

Pie Oh, My

Pie Oh, My: Cost 15,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 31

— Base Crops: Wheat, Clover, Apple Tree, Blueberries, Strawberries

— Additional Requirements: Wheat from Brick Mill or Dutch Mill, Honey from Bees

— Production: Pie Products in 75s (seventy five seconds)

Country Life Greenhouse with Information
Country Life Greenhouse with Information

Greenhouse

Greenhouse

— Available: Buy @ Level 10

— Purpose: Reduce growth time of Crops inside of Greenhouse by 40%

— Building Required: Yes

— 50 Materials Required

      • 20 Pipe Stacks

      • 30 Glass Panes

— Size: 4.5 * 6.5

      • Grow (24) crops inside Greenhouse

Country Life Dutch Mill with Information
Country Life Dutch Mill with Information

Dutch Mill

Dutch Mill: Cost 7,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 15

— Purpose: Produce Flour in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Building Required: No

— Size: 3 plots * 2.5 plots

Country Life Brick Mill with Information
Country Life Brick Mill with Information

Brick Mill

Brick Mill: Cost 9,500 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 15

— Purpose: Produce Flour and/or Cornmeal in 35s (thirty five seconds)

— Building Required: Yes

— 85 Materials Required

      • 35 Bricks

      • 25 Shingle Tiles

      • 18 Wood Beams

      • 4 Sails

      • 1 Cogwheel - 10 Helpers

      • 1 Shaft - 10 Helpers

      • 1 Grinding Stone - 15 Helpers

— Size: 3 * 2.5

Country Life Water Well with Information
Country Life Water Well with Information

Water Well

Water Well: Cost 25,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 20

— Purpose: Reduce Growth Time of Irrigated Crops by 15%

— Building Required: Yes

— 50 Materials Required to Build

      • 25 Stones

      • 8 Wood Beam

      • 15 Irrigation Pipes

      • 1 Water Pump (15 People to Help)

      • 1 Drill Gear (20 People to Help)

— Size: 2 * 2 During Build, 1 * 2 When Complete

— Reward: Irrigate 50 Plots

      • 50 Sprinklers Required

Water Well (Level 2): Cost 0 Coins

— Purpose: Reduce Growth Time of Irrigated Crops by 15%

— Building Required: Yes

— 40 Materials Required

      • 25 Stones

      • 15 Irrigation Pipes

— Reward: Irrigate +25 Plots

      • 25 Sprinklers Required

Water Well (Level 3): Cost 0 Coins

— Purpose: Reduce Growth Time of Irrigated Crops by 15%

— Building Required: Yes

— 60 Materials Required

      • 35 Stones

      • 25 Irrigation Pipes

— Reward: Irrigate +50 Plots

      • 50 Sprinklers Required

Water Well (Level 4): Cost 0 Coins

— Purpose: Reduce Growth Time of Irrigated Crops by 15%

— Building Required: Yes

— 80 Materials Required

      • 45 Stones

      • 35 Irrigation Pipes

— Reward: Irrigate +50 Plots

      • 50 Sprinklers Required

Country Life Home Buildings

So far, I have been working on building my Country Life Ranch in order to produce the most profitable products and to expand my Ranch borders. I am working on getting to the point of purchasing the Home Buildings, but with the goal of reaching the 10,000,000 Coin Mattress Feeder Blue Ribbon and more than approximately 20,000,000 coins before I complete the Ranch and Yard Expansions, Buying that Farmhouse I've always wanted just seems like a distant dream.

Cottage: Cost 90,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 16

A-Frame House: Cost 90,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 25

Eco House: Cost 90,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 33

Log Cabin: Cost 90,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 37

Manor: Cost 90,000 Coins

— Available: Buy @ Level 43

Making Milk in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Milk in Country Life Facebook Game

Milk

Milk: Cost 1 Clover (+1 XP)

— Required Animal: Holstein Cow, Ayshire Cow, and/or Montbeliarde Cow

— Base Crop: Clover

— Production: Milk in 1m (one minute)

— Profit: +5 Coins

— Description: Clover can be harveted and fed to the Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow and/or the Montebeliarde Cow giving you +1 XP and producing Milk which can be sold for 25 coins generating a profit of 5 coins. Milk is the single ingredient required for the production of Cheese using the Cheese Master. Milk is one of three ingredients required for the production of Bread using the Baker Gear. SPECIAL NOTE: the Ayshire Cow and Montebeliarde Cow will produce Milk quicker, however these animals must be purchased with Ranch Cash.

Making Flour in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Flour in Country Life Facebook Game

Flour

Flour: Cost 1 Wheat (+1 XP)

— Required Building: Dutch Mill and/or Brick Mill

— Base Crop: Wheat

— Production: Flour in 45s (forty five seconds) with Dutch Mill or in 35s (thirty five seconds) with Brick Mill

— Profit: +14 Coins

— Description: Wheat can be harvested and used in the Dutch Mill or the Brick Mill to produce Flour which can be sold for 62 coins generating a profit of 14 Coins. Flour is one of three ingredients required for the production of Bread.

Making Eggs in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Eggs in Country Life Facebook Game

Eggs

Eggs: Cost 1 Corn (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Chicken Coop; Chicken Coops come equipped with 1 Chicken. A maximum of 5 Chickens can be placed in each Chicken Coop. Additional Chickens can be purchased for 250 coins or acquired free by gift.

— Base Crop: Corn

— Production: Eggs in 2m (two minutes); The addition of Chickens to the Chicken Coop will increase production speed

— Profit: +22 Coins

— Description: Corn can be harvested and fed to Chickens in a Chicken Coop to produce Eggs which can be sold for 102 coins generating a profit of 22 coins. An Egg is one of three ingredients required for the production of Bread.

Making Bread in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Bread in Country Life Facebook Game

Bread

Bread: Cost 1 Flour, 1 Milk, 1 Egg (+3 XP)

— Required Gear: Baker

— Base Crop(s): Wheat, Clover, Corn

— Additional Requirements: Flour, Milk, Eggs

— Production: Bread in 90s (ninety seconds)

— Profit: +96 Coins

— Description: Wheat can be harvested and used in the Dutch Mill or the Brick Mill to produce Flour. Clover can be harveted and fed to the Holstein Cow, Ayrshire Cow and/or the Montebeliarde Cow to produce Milk. Corn can be harvested and fed to Chickens in a Chicken Coop to produce Eggs. Flour, Milk, and Eggs are added to the Baker to produce Bread which can be sold for 285 coins generating a profit of 96 coins.

Cornmeal

Cornmeal: Cost 1 Corn (+1 XP)

— Required Building: Brick Mill

— Base Crop: Corn

— Production: Cornmeal in 35s (thirty five seconds)

— Profit: +25 Coins

— Description: Corn can be harvested and used in the Brick Mill to produce Cornmeal which can be sold for 105 coins generating a profit of 25 Coins. At this time, I have found no additional uses for Cornmeal.

Cheese

Cheese: Cost 1 Milk (+1 XP)

— Required Gear; Cheese Master

— Base Crop: Clover

— Additional Requirement: Milk

— Production: Cheese in 30s (thirty seconds)

— Profit: +7 Coins

— Description: Milk can be used in a Cheese Master producing Cheese which can be sold for 32 coins generating a profit of 7 coins.

Making Honey in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Honey in Country Life Facebook Game

Honey

Honey: Cost 0 Coins, Unharvested Clover (+0 XP)

— Required Animal: Beehives

— Base Crop: Clover

— Production: Honey in 30s (thirty seconds)

— Profit: +5 Coins

— Description: Honey is produced after bees have pollinated the unharvested Clover and returned to the Beehive. Pure Honey can be sold for 5 coins for pure profit. However, Honey is also a key ingredient in the production of Jam using the Jam'r along with various fruits which are either grown and harvested from plowed plots in the game area or harvested from Country Life trees. Jam can be sold for different amounts based on the fruit used in the production process.

Making Wool in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Wool in Country Life Facebook Game

Wool

Wool: Cost 1 Wheat (+1 XP)

— Required Animal: Sheep

— Base Crop: Wheat

— Production: Wool in 90s (ninety seconds)

— Profit: +15 Coins

— Description: Wheat can be harvested and fed to Sheep producing Wool which can be sold for 63 coins generating a profit of 15 Coins. Wool is also the required material in the production of the Wool Sweater using the Weaver.

Making Angora Hair in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Angora Hair in Country Life Facebook Game

Angora Hair

Angora Hair: Cost 1 Carrots (+1 XP)

— Required Animal: Angora Rabbit

— Base Crop: Carrots

— Production: Angora Hair in 90s (ninety seconds)

— Profit: +10 Coins

— Description: Carrots can be harvested and fed to an Angora Rabbit producing Angora Hair which can be sold for 94 coins generating a profit of 10 Coins. Angora Hair is also the required material in the production of the Angora Sweater using the Weaver.

Making Angora Sweaters in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Angora Sweaters in Country Life Facebook Game

Making Sweaters

Producing Sweaters requires the purchase of the Weaver Gear. The production process is a two step process in which you need to first produce Wool or Angora Hair and then use those materials in the Weaver to produce the final product of the Sweaters.

Wool Sweater: Cost 1 Wool (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Weaver

— Base Crop: Wheat

— Additional Requirements: Wool

— Production: Wool Sweater in 1m (one minute)

— Profit: +32 Coins

— Description: Wheat can be harvested and fed to Sheep producing Wool which can be sold for 63 coins generating a profit of 15 Coins. Wool is also the required material in the production of the Wool Sweater using the Weaver. A Wool Sweater can be sold for 95 coins generating a profit of 32 coins.

Angora Sweater: Cost 1 Angora Hair (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Weaver

— Base Crop: Carrots

— Additional Requirements: Angora Hair

— Production: Angora Hair in 1m (one minute)

— Profit: +24 Coins

— Description: Carrots can be harvested and fed to an Angora Rabbit producing Angora Hair which can be sold for 94 coins generating a profit of 10 Coins. Angora Hair is also the required material in the production of the Angora Sweater using the Weaver. An Angora Sweater can be sold for 118 coins generating a profit of 24 coins.

Making Jam in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Jam in Country Life Facebook Game

Making Jam

Producing Jam requires the purchase of the Jam'r Gear. The production of Jam will result in +2 XP and requires one Jam ready fruit and one Honey be added to the Jam'r. Jams are not the most profitable items to produce, however they do allow the player to utilize Honey to gain XP.

Grape Jam: Cost 1 Grapes + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Grapes & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +14 Coins

Apple Jam: Cost 1 Apples + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Apple Tree & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +17 Coins

Orange Jam: Cost 1 Oranges + Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Orange Tree & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +24 Coins

Cherry Jam: Cost 1 Cherries + Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Cherry Tree & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +20 Coins

Blueberry Jam: Cost 1 Blueberries + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Blueberries & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +1 Coin

Blackberry Jam: Cost 1 Blackberries + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Blackberries & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +5 Coins

Raspberry Jam: Cost 1 Rasberries + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Raspberries & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +4 Coins

Strawberry Jam: Cost 1 Strawberries + 1 Honey (+2 XP)

 — Base Crop: Strawberries & Clover

 — Additional Requirement: Honey

 — Profit: +10 Coins

Wine

Wine: Cost 1 Grapes (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Winemaker

— Base Crop: Grapes

— Production: Wine in 1m (one minute)

— Profit: +14 Coins

— Description: Grapes can be added to the Winemaker Gear to Wine.

Making Ketchup in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Ketchup in Country Life Facebook Game

Ketchup

Ketchup: Cost 1 Tomatoes (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Ketchup Wiz

— Base Crop: Tomatoes

— Production: Ketchup in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Profit: +18 Coins

— Description: Tomatoes can be added to the Ketchup Wiz Gear to produce Ketchup which can be sold for 55 coins generating a profit of 18 coins.

Country Life Cool Packer Gear - Carrots, Lettuce, Potatoes, Peppers
Country Life Cool Packer Gear - Carrots, Lettuce, Potatoes, Peppers

Packed Products

Producing Packed Products - The addition of the Cool Packer Gear in June 2010 has allowed the production of new products to gain additional Country Life profits.

Packed Carrots: Cost 1 Carrots (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Cool Packer

— Base Crop: Carrots

— Production: Packed Carrots in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Profit: +16 Coins

— Description: Carrots can be added to the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Carrots which can be sold for 100 coins generating a profit of 16 coins.

Packed Lettuce: Cost 1 Green Lettuce (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Cool Packer

— Base Crop: Green Lettuce

— Production: Packed Lettuce in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Profit: +15 Coins

— Description: Green Lettuce can be added to the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Lettuce which can be sold for 185 coins generating a profit of 15 coins.

Packed Potatoes: Cost 1 Potatoes (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Cool Packer

— Base Crop: Potatoes

— Production: Packed Potatoes in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Profit: +30 Coins

— Description: Potatoes can be added to the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Potatoes which can be sold for 165 coins generating a profit of 30 coins.

Packed Peppers: Cost 1 Red Peppers (+1 XP)

— Required Gear: Cool Packer

— Base Crop: Red Peppers

— Production: Packed Peppers in in 45s (forty five seconds)

— Profit: +25 Coins

— Description: Red Peppers can be added to the Cool Packer Gear to produce Packed Peppers which can be sold for 270 coins generating a profit of 25 coins.

Making Pie in Country Life Facebook Game
Making Pie in Country Life Facebook Game

Making Pies

Making - The addition of the Pie Oh, My Gear in December 2010 has allowed the production of new products to gain additional Country Life profits.

Apple Pie: Cost 1 Apples + 1 Honey + 1 Flour (+3 XP)

— Required Gear: Pie Oh, My

— Base Crop: Apple Tree, Clover, Wheat

— Production: Apple Pie in 75s (seventy five seconds)

— Profit: +113 Coins

— Description: Apples, Honey, and Flour can be added to the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Apple Pie which can be sold for 195 coins generating a profit of 113 coins.

Blueberry Pie: Cost 1 Blueberries + 1 Honey + 1 Flour (+3 XP)

— Required Gear: Pie Oh, My

— Base Crop: Blueberries, Clover, Wheat

— Production: Bluebery Pie in 75s (seventy five seconds)

— Profit: +47 Coins

— Description: Blueberries, Honey, and Flour can be added to the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Blueberry Pie which can be sold for 205 coins generating a profit of 47 coins.

Strawberry Pie: Cost 1 Strawberries + 1 Honey + 1 Flour (+3 XP)

— Required Gear: Pie Oh, My

— Base Crop: Strawberries, Clover, Wheat

— Production: Strawberry Pie in 75s (seventy five seconds)

— Profit: +104 Coins

— Description: Strawberries, Honey, and Flour can be added to the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Strawberry Pie which can be sold for 370 coins generating a profit of 104 coins.

Pumpkin Pie: Cost 1 Pumpkins + 1 Honey + 1 Flour (+3 XP)

— Required Gear: Pie Oh, My

— Base Crop: Pumpkins, Clover, Wheat

— Production: Pumpkin Pie in 75s (seventy five seconds)

— Profit: +176 Coins

— Description: Pumpkins, Honey, and Flour can be added to the Pie Oh, My Gear to produce Pumpkin Pie which can be sold for 525 coins generating a profit of 176 coins.

When did they add Pumpkin Pie? Pumpkin Pie was added on January 4, 2011.

Country Life Ranch and Yard Expansions

There are two types of Ranch Expansions. The player can expand the plantable plot grid which will allow the planting of more seeds. The player can also purchase and then expand the yard. Once purchased, the player can move all (or some) of the his/her gear, animals, trees, decorations, and buildings (except the greenhouse which needs to be in the plantable gride to plant crops) into the yard to make room for more planting plots.

17 x 17: 7 Neighbors Needed - Cost

17 x 17: 30 RC

19 x 19: 9 Neighbors Needed - Cost

19 x 19: 40 RC

21 x 21: 11 Neighbors Needed - Cost

21 x 21: 50 RC

23 x 23: 13 Neighbors Needed - Cost

23 x 23: 60 RC

25 x 25: 15 Neighbors Needed - Cost

25 x 25: 70 RC

27 x 27: 17 Neighbors Needed - Cost 750,000 Coins

27 x 27: 80 RC

29 x 29: 19 Neighbors Needed - Cost 1,500,000 Coins

29 x 29: 90 RC

31 x 31: 21 Neighbors Needed - Cost 3,500,000 Coins

31 x 31: 100 RC

33 x 33: 23 Neighbors Needed - Cost 5,000,000 Coins

33 x 33: 110 RC

35 x 35: 25 Neighbors Needed - Cost 10,000,000 Coins

35 x 35: 120 RC

Small Yard: 13 Neighbors Needed: Cost

Small Yard: 60 RC

Medium Yard: 15 Neighbors Needed: Cost

Medium Yard: 70 RC

Large Yard: 17 Neighbors Needed: Cost 750,000 Coins

Large Yard: 80 RC

XL Yard: 19 Neighbors Needed: Cost 1,650,000 Coins

Large Yard: 90 RC

XXL Yard: 21 Neighbors Needed: Cost 3,500,000 Coins

Large Yard: 100 RC

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June 27, 2010: I am currently a level 42 Country Life player and a level 47 Farmville player. I find Country Life to be a much more enjoyable game experience. While I am still learning, I wanted to share my experiences with the Squidoo Community, and I will continue to update and improve this game guide as I go.

August 7, 2010: Currently a level 48 player. Updated Lens: "Country Life Seeds" ⇒ "Pumpkins"

August 10, 2010: Currently a level 49 player. Added section "Updates" and "Country Life Currency and Experience." Updated section "Country Life Production — Part 1" by adding "Cornmeal", section "Country Life Production Building" ⇒ "Brick Mill" by adding "Cornmeal", and section "Country Life Seeds" ⇒ "Corn" by adding "Cornmeal."

August 18, 2010: Currently a level 50 player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 51."

August 24, 2010: Currently a Level 51 player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 52." Added section "The Country Life Menu."

September 29, 2010: Currently a Level 52 player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 53." Added two polls: "Quick Poll: Country Life or Farmville" and "Is this Country Life Reference Guide Helpful?"

November 13, 2010: Currently a Level 54 Player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 54" and "Level 55."

December 9, 2010: Currently a Level 54 Player. Updated "Country Life Animals" to include sizes (in plots) for Sheep, Holstein Cow, Beehive, and Angora Rabbit.

December 29, 2010: Currently a Level 55 Player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 56." Added the "Pie Oh, My" Gear to the Section "Country Life Gear" as well as "Apple Pie," "Blueberry Pie," and "Strawberry Pie," to the section "Country Life Production Process - Part 2." I also added the Section "Country Life Achievements" which encompasses the New Achievements and Ribbons.

December 30, 2010: Currently a Level 55 Player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 6", "Level 7", "Level 8", "Level 8",and "Level 10." Updated "Country Life Home Buildings" by adding "Cottage", "A-Frame House", "Eco House" "Log Cabin" and "Manor."

January 4, 2011: Currently a Level 57 Player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 11", "Level 12", "Level 13", "Level 14", "Level 56" and "Level 57." Updated "Country Life Seeds" ⇒ "Levels" by adding advice on how to use Pumpkins (finally). I added Section "Country Life Ranch and Yard Expansions." I also updated the Country Life Achievements.

January 13, 2011: Currently a Level 60 Player. Updated "Country Life Currency and Experience" ⇒ "Levels" by adding "Level 58", "Level 59", "Level 60", and "Level 61." I added Section "Country Life Grow Time Cheat Sheet." Have you ever wanted an easy way to know how long it takes crops to grown in Country Life? How long does it take crops to grow in green houses? How long does it take crops to grow on irrigated plots? I created the grow time cheat sheet to answer all of those questions.

February 1, 2011: I am working to get all of the Red Ribbons for the Country Life Achievements so that I will know how much it takes to get the blue ribbons. I am pretty close to finishing. I have gone through and updated the Country Life Seed Section to include Grow Times for Irrigated Plots and Greenhouse Plots. This will go along nicely with the Grow Time Cheat sheet that I updated last month.

Recently, one of our visitors asked if we had any experience using fertilizers in Country Life on Facebook. While I have not used fertilizers myself, I am hoping that someone can answer the question for her . . . hope this helps Nicole.

"Have you used the fertilizers yet? The rain doesn't mention a number of uses so I was wondering how it worked before I spent RC on it."

Has anyone used Fertilizers in Country Life on Facebook?

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      Shirley Sullivan aka Sully 8 months ago

      I need neighbors, I wrote on the wall, and not one person accepted me for a neighbor, I am fairly new, but that isn't very friendly !! I like the game but it seems like I am all alone out there except for Marion, she has been a good friend, helped me out when she could. Please doesn't anyone want to be my NEIGHBOR !!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      What happens when you've earned all of your ribbons and you're only at Level 85? I am at Level 85 and only have one ribbon left.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: i need fertillizer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      only one uses of rain it just reduce 25% of growth not else....

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Country life is gone from my facebook . They tell that your lisens is out . PLEASE HELP !!!!!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I can't get into the site? Is anyone else having this problem?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      like it

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      graham072442 5 years ago

      @graham072442: Sorry, I thought the sizes were here as well; I now see they're not and see no way to remove my post.

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      graham072442 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Small Yard: 13 Neighbors Needed: Cost

      Small Yard: 60 RC

      Medium Yard: 15 Neighbors Needed: Cost

      Medium Yard: 70 RC

      Large Yard: 17 Neighbors Needed: Cost 750,000 Coins

      Large Yard: 80 RC

      XL Yard: 19 Neighbors Needed: Cost 1,650,000 Coins

      Large Yard: 90 RC

      XXL Yard: 21 Neighbors Needed: Cost 3,500,000 Coins

      Large Yard: 100 RC

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: People in my group are able to send gifts from the GIFTS Tab but not able to return gifts from received gifts as we once could. The gift list itself now cuts off once Eggs is reached. It IS possible to send building materials from your Newsfeed if someone has clicked on the structure being built and posts a request for a particular building material; you can close the structure and reopen it to request an additional item - repeat again if you want to post all 3 BUT only 1 gift can still be returned. Since most are wanting building materials, this makes it easy to find in the Newsfeed and send via that direct link. If you have Timeline and will add SocialFixer browser add-on for Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, you will find the game's posts behind a dedicated tab so they're not lost in your newsfeed.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      For several months I can't send gifts anymore. Is anybody else experiencing the same problem ?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I have the same problem here I like the game but after I have done everything is that it oh del

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Fertilizers: I haven't used them, because I'm saving my RC for expansion. One of my friends uses fertilizers, but don't use the rain. Just get the 200 use fertilizer for the same price.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      You can't even get in touch with the developer, and no ones from the company is responding. Why keep putting games out there if you are not going to fix problems that your LONG TIME players are having.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I would like to add you as neighbor

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Gladd to add you as a neighbor

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Glad to hear that I am not the only one who can't send gifts anymore. I posted a message 4 days ago(see below), but I haven't got any response until now.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      What's funny is that no matter where you look, everyone seems to ignore the fact that the game has stopped letting you send gifts, receive gifts, or add friends. Some people can but most cannot. Is the developer even still working on this game or are they out of business? What's the deal?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I can't find info on how big the yards are. Can anyone tell me the different sizes?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: add me for country life neighbor

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I need neighbors

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great info, have used it all along. FYI I just finished Level 4 minus sprinklers, it requires 75 sprinkers and will eventually water 200 plots. Plus it started me on level 5 for an extra 100 plots, requires 55 stones,45 irrigation pipes and 100 sprinkers.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I purchased the 200 for 8 RC points. You water each plot and each application cuts down the maturity time by 25%. You can hit each plot 4 times and it will take your crop from just planted to mature and ready to harvest. It is a bit costly as I found later in the game the RC points come in handy for finishing off wells and things.