- 1 How do you spread straw in Farming Simulator 19 cows?
- 2 What is the most profitable animal in Farming Simulator 19?
- 3 Are cows profitable in fs19?
- 4 Can a cow swim?
- 5 Where can I sell straw in fs15?
- 6 Where do you sell straw in Farming Simulator 2020?
- 7 Can you give cows straw bales fs19?
- 8 Do cows need straw fs19?
- 9 How do you look after cows?
How do you spread straw in Farming Simulator 19 cows?
Fill a loading wagon with straw and back it up to the feed trough, and it should just load it right in. Same with grass.
What is the most profitable animal in Farming Simulator 19?
Horses are really high profit animals. You buy them for $5k and sell them for $50k after a few days riding them. They don’t require much machinery either. You have a mod, that will auto riding them.
Are cows profitable in fs19?
Cows do not produce nearly as much manure and slurry as they eat. If you sell the manure and slurry at the biogas plant and sell the milk for about $500 (hard economy) you get about $210 per day. Thus, you are putting $250 worth of food into something that produces $210 worth of produce.
Can a cow swim?
That’s right, cows are strong swimmers! They’ll tell you that many cows swim just as well—if not better—than people do. In some cases, cows swim across bodies of water as part of normal farming practices.
Where can I sell straw in fs15?
Drive a Loading Wagon carrying Straw right up to the barn door, or any vehicle carrying Straw bales, to sell your Straw. Straw sells for $80 per ton.
Where do you sell straw in Farming Simulator 2020?
You can sell straw, hay and grass at the livestock barn.
Can you give cows straw bales fs19?
Re: Feeding animals with bales? Yes you can.
Do cows need straw fs19?
As by-products, Cows also produce Slurry from Water, and Manure from Straw. They do not need to be provided with any food in order to produce these materials at the maximum rate.
How do you look after cows?
- feed calves at least twice a day.
- make sure all calves have enough fresh drinking water each day, and with fresh drinking water at all times when they’re ill or the weather is hot.
- make sure that each calf receives bovine colostrum as soon as possible after it’s born (and no more than 6 hours after birth)