The new six red machines now allow crops to be cut, raked and collected with Lely grassland machinery. In addition, the milking robot can be used to help out in the barn.
Farming Simulator, where players simulate running farms, is available in PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions. The game has several levels, beginning with the most basic machines. By running a farm well, for example by sowing, looking after, harvesting, and selling crops, players can earn money, which can then be invested in new, bigger machinery. It is also possible to run a livestock farm, where cows have to be bought, fed and milked, the barn mucked out, and milk automatically collected when the milk tank is full.
Farming Simulator is the biggest and best-known simulation game in recent years, with more than 2 million units sold of the previous version.
Would you like find out more on how to do well in the game using our machines? Then please visit www.lely.com
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Two years after their first start up, Homestead Dairy is currently the largest robotic dairy in North America with 36 milking robots. Brian Houin joins Preston Vincent and talks about why they chose robots, the factors that influenced the decisions they made prior to their first startup and the takeaways they have learned since. Brian also discusses the differences he has seen in herd behavior, health, reproduction, production, genetics and more.