Grains like wheat and barley will be among the most important crops to grow in Farming Simulator 22. When you’re first starting out, it can be difficult to wrap your head around the whole process, whether you’re harvesting them from your own fields or those of a neighboring farmer. Here’s how you can harvest and sell grains in Farming Simulator 22.
How to Harvest and Sell Grains in Farming Simulator 22?
This guide will show you how to harvest grains and transport them to a market. Let’s get started.
Step 1: Start with the Combine Harvester
The first step is to get into your combine harvester and begin harvesting the field. It should be obvious which machine this is, whether you own it or are renting it from a shop.
The most important thing to remember is that the harvest must be attached to the combine’s front. You won’t be able to harvest anything if you don’t.
Start the harvester and drive through the grain field once you’ve attached it. The combine will cut it and store the grain inside, and the gauge next to your speedometer will show you how full it is.
Step 2: Empty the Grain
You’ll need to empty the combine harvester once it’s full. What you do next is determined by the location of the grain’s drop-off point.
You should have a silo nearby if you’re harvesting your own field, so you can drive the combine over to it, push out the pipe, and dump the grain into it. You can then return to harvesting the field.
If the drop-off point is further away, such as a train station, the grain from the combine must be dumped into a trailer.
This can be accomplished by towing a trailer alongside the combine and having it empty its grain into the trailer. If there’s still work to be done, you can return to harvesting.
Step 3: Sell Your Grain
The final step is to transport the grain-filled trailer to the point of sale. A train station, a store, or a bakery could all be examples. It all depends on where you want to sell it and where your client wants you to sell it.
If you already have a grain trailer, take it to the point of sale and dump it in the designated area. If you don’t have a trailer full of grain yet, drive it under the pipe of your silo and wait for it to fill.
Whatever you do, make sure your trailer is covered before driving it to the point of sale, or you’ll lose grain. You’ll be paid when the job is finished or your grain is dumped at the point of sale.
Well, that’s all we have here about how you can Harvest and Sell Grains in Farming Simulator 22. We hope this guide helped you.
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